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Saturday, 06 June 2020
Nanotechnology

Here you find news on nanotechnology for coatings. Read all about current trends and novel products.

121 item(s) for Nanotechnology
24 Jan 11
Researcher warns of health risks with carbon nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes, which are extremely small fibers used in many new light and strong materials, may present health risks if inhaled, in the worst case leading to cancer, according to researcher.

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10 Jan 11
Bendy tubes make polymers dynamic

Researchers proved once and for all that it is correct in proclaiming that a little flexibility goes a long way for stiff filaments in a solution.

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10 Jan 11
Nanoparticles build up

New research suggests that nanomaterials that are released into the environment could accumulate in food chains.

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21 Dec 10
Nanoparticle gives antimicrobial ability

Researchers developed a nanoparticle that can hold and release an antimicrobial agent as needed for extending the shelf life of foods susceptible to Listeria.

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3 Dec 10
Nanomaterials critically evaluated

Review considers the potential application of high-throughput screening approaches to assess hazards of engineered nanomaterials.

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Corrosion study of hybrid solgel coatings containing boehmite nanoparticles
 
8 Nov 10
Nanocoating to improve paperboard surface

The interaction of the nanoparticle coatings with the cellulosic paper web results in improvement of the mechanical paper strength.

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19 Oct 10
Sprayed coatings and compound materials study with IS

The difference between impedance spectra of dry and moist samples allowed the comparison of samples in terms of their porosity.

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Sonochemistry for coatings
21 Sep 10
Sonochemistry for coatings

When ultrasonic waves collapse near a solid surface, microjets are being formed directed towards the solid surface. These microjets are moving at very high speeds. This phenomenon can be used forcoatings nanoparticles on metals, polymers, glasses, ceramics, textiles, and paper. Prof. Aharon Gedanken of Bar-Ilan University, Israel, explains the mechanism of sonochemistry and comments on thebenefits of this method.

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16 Sep 10
CNTs are stronger than expected

New studies on the strength of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) indicate that they are many times stronger than steel and Kevlar.

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