Creating water-repellent and super-hydrophobic cellulose substrates by deposition of organic nanoparticles

@inproceedings{Stanssens2011CreatingWA,
  title={Creating water-repellent and super-hydrophobic cellulose substrates by deposition of organic nanoparticles},
  author={Dirk Stanssens and Henk Van den Abbeele and Leo Vonck and Gustaaf Schoukens and Marlies Deconinck and Pieter Samyn},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract A series of organic nanoparticles is synthesized by imidization of poly(styrene–maleic anhydride) copolymers under pure conditions or in presence of palm oil. The nanoparticles are applied as a coating onto paper substrates, offering enhanced water-repellence and hydrophobicity. The latter properties can be further tuned by thermal curing of the coatings. After depositing the nanoparticles onto tissue papers, super-hydrophobic surfaces with self-cleaning properties can be prepared. The… CONTINUE READING

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