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Title Hybrid hairy Janus particles as novel building blocks for antifouling surfaces
Date 04.11.2016
Number 49862
Abstract Herein, we report a new strategy for the design of antifouling surfaces by using hybrid hairy Janus particles. The amphiphilic Janus particles possess either a spherical or a plateletlike shape and have core–shell structures with an inorganic core and hydrophilic/hydrophobic polymeric shells. Subsequently, these bifunctional Janus particles enable the fabrication of surfaces with modularity in chemical composition and final surface topography, which possess antifouling properties. The antifouling and fouling-release capability of the composite Janus particle-based surfaces is investigated using the marine biofilm-forming bacteria Cobetia marina. The Janus particle-based coatings are robust and significantly reduce bacterial retention under both static and dynamic conditions independent of the particle geometry. The plateletlike (kaolinite-based) Janus particles represent a scalable system for the rational design of antifouling coatings as well as their large-scale production and application in the future.
URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acsami.6b10588
Publisher ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
Identifier 0
Citation ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 8 (2016) 32591-32603
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acsami.6b10588
Authors Kirillova, A. ; Marschelke, C. ; Friedrichs, J. ; Werner, C. ; Synytska, A.
Tags antifouling surfaces cobetia marina hybrid janus particles janus particles marine biofouling

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