Innovations in Slippery Coatings, Graphene-based Coatings, Antibacterial Coatings, and Silica-based Coatings

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This issue of Advanced Coating & Surface Technology TOE covers the latest innovations in the field of slippery coatings, graphene-based coatings, antibacterial coatings, and silica-based coatings. These innovations can be used in a wide variety of applications such as consumer packaging, oil and gas, medical, agrochemicals, manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace. It also covers innovations based on the development of a coating from silk that can be used in the packaging of fruits and vegetables to increase their shelf life.The Advanced Coating & Surface Technology TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications and strategic insights on various coa

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Innovations in Slippery Coatings, Graphene-based Coatings, Antibacterial Coatings, and Silica-based CoatingsAdvances in Slippery Coatings, Graphene-based Coatings, Antibacterial Coatings, and Silica-based CoatingsSelf-healing Slippery Coatings that with Wetting Characteristics Graphene-based Multi-functional CoatingsAntibacterial Coating that Reduces the Dependence on AntibioticsCoating that Combines the Properties of Glass and PolymersCoating of Silk Increases the Shelf Life of Fruits and VegetablesKey ContactsKey Contacts




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