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This review article was prompted by a remarkable growth in the number of scientific publications dealing with the use of nanocellulose especially nanofibrillated cellulose NFC , cellulose nanocrystals CNC , and bacterial cellulose BC to enhance the barrier properties and other performance attributes of new generations of packaging products. Recent research has confirmed and extended what is known about oxygen barrier and water vapor transmission performance, strength properties, and the susceptibility of nanocellulose-based films and coatings to the presence of humidity or moisture. Recent research also points to various promising strategies to prepare ecologically-friendly packaging materials, taking advantage of nanocellulose-based layers, to compete in an arena that has long been dominated by synthetic plastics. Some promising approaches entail usage of multiple layers of different materials or additives such as waxes, high-aspect ratio nano-clays, and surface-active compounds in addition to the nanocellulose material. While various high-end applications may be achieved by chemical derivatization or grafting of the nanocellulose, the current trends in research suggest that high-volume implementation will likely incorporate water-based formulations, which may include water-based dispersions or emulsions, depending on the end-uses. Martin A.
This 3e, edited by Peter M. Martin, PNNL Inventor of the Year , is an extensive update of the many improvements in deposition technologies, mechanisms, and applications. This long-awaited revision includes updated and new chapters on atomic layer deposition, cathodic arc deposition, sculpted thin films, polymer thin films and emerging technologies. Extensive material was added throughout the book, especially in the areas concerned with plasma-assisted vapor deposition processes and metallurgical coating applications. Engineers, technicians, and plant personnel in the semiconductor and related industries. All institutions that are involved with thin film coating technology, including industry, government and national laboratories, colleges and universities.
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Ceramic film has attracted a lot of attention in the last few decades due to its wear resistance, corrosion resistance and resistance to high temperature. This paper describes the characterization of preparing of zirconia ZrO 2 —titania TiO 2 composite films on the stainless steel through a method of dip-coating in sol—gel solution. The samples were sintered at four different temperatures.
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Rapid progress in engineering of biofunctional thin-film coatings has recently been observed. It is directly related to the increase of nosocomial infections and larger impact of microorganisms on a human life. For this reason, there is a necessity to find a new method for neutralization of microorganisms. Application of coatings, e.
Nanocomposites involve the inclusion of one material into the layers of another material at a nanoscale level. Inspired by nature, nanocomposites material systems offer functionalities over their bulk forms which in some cases have evolved over millions of years. Bioinspired material designs with multifunctional characteristics aim to offer properties similar to their counterparts found in nature, which in some cases have evolved over millions of years. For example, natural tissue comprises layers of hard and soft tissue material called tropocollagen and hydroxyapatite are organized into staggered arrays to form collagen fibrils. The soft material phase has elastomer characteristics and provides a dampening effect, whereas the hard material phase provides strength and load bearing characteristics. Another example involves micturition, a urethral function that relaxes the urethra voluntarily when it senses the bladder is full.
Box, Irbid,, Jordan. Utilizing high chromium and nickel content in AISI steel confers its good corrosion resistance. However, the high content of chromium and nickel increases the steel susceptibility to corrosion caused by the high concentration of chlorine. Consequently, the electrochemical and mechanical performance of the steel degrades. In this study, the effect of adding a layer containing a gelatin-dispersed mix of TiO 2 -ZrO 2 nanoparticles on the corrosion rate and critical pitting potential of AISI steel is studied.
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