Nanoparticle thin films are finding applications in areas where functional coatings are needed. How to produce these nanoparticle thin film needs to be considered. Dip coating offers one of the simplest methods to coat the substrate with nanoparticles.
Nanoparticle suspensions are complex systems, and understanding their interaction with their environment requires characterization of a broad range of physicochemical properties. Here we present an overview of the key parameters that can be used to profile nanoparticle suspensions.
This blog explains the difference between surface and interfacial tension.
Biocompatibility, antibacterial qualities, and drug delivery can be achieved by for example polymer brushes, polyelectrolyte multilayers or hydrogels. When tailoring the interfacial properties of these thin films, the layer conformation, such as crosslinking and degree of hydration is important.
This blog post discusses the nanoparticle interaction in biological environment.
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