Innovations in Polymer-, Waterborne-, Self-healing-, Biodegradable-, and Omniphobic-coatings

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This issue of Advanced Coating & Surface Technology TOE covers developments in various types of types. Innovations profiled include coating graphene on polymeric material substrates, carbonated water-based coating with high mechanical performance, and an ultra thin coating that has self-healing and anti-corrosive properties. Also profiled is a polylactic acid coating that improves performance of biodegradable thermoplastic starch foams, and a highly durable omniphobic coating.The Advanced Coating & Surface Technology TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications and strategic insights on various coatings across industries. This encompasses protecti

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Innovations in Polymer-, Waterborne-, Self-healing-, Biodegradable-, and Omniphobic-coatingsAdvancements in Coating Technologies Technique for Coating Graphene on Polymeric Material SubstratesCarbonated Water-based Coating with High Mechanical PerformanceSelf-healing Anti-corrosive Coating Using Ultra Thin Layer of Aluminum OxidePolylactic Acid Coating Improves the Performance of Biodegradable Thermoplastic Starch Foams for Food Packaging Applications Smooth, All-solid and Highly Durable Omniphobic Coating Key Contacts




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