Silicone nanoparticles of different shape as ingredient for lubricant impregnated surfaces
Developing silicone nanoparticle (SNP) dispersions useful as stable anti-adhesive lubricants. Investigation of the anti-wetting effect of SNPs on surfaces as ingredient of lubricants. Observation of biofouling at such impregnated surfaces; Adapt Supercritical Angle Fluorescence technologies (3D-SAF, SAF-FRET, SAF-FCS) to measure (bio-)particle adhesion.
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