Low adherence coating containing polymers with low surface energy

T. Dikic (Inventor), W. Ming (Inventor), R.A.T.M. Benthem, van (Inventor), G. With, de (Inventor)

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Abstract

A low adherence coating comprises: (a) a crosslinked polymeric network (N), based on a first polymer (P), (b) a low-surface-energy group (E), coupled to the network via (c) a polymeric spacer (S), having the following relationship between the native surface energies of P, E, and S (resp. sp, se, and ss,, in mN/m): se <ss <sp. The coatings have a low adherence towards different types of contaminants. A coating contained a polycaprolactone terminated with perfluorooctyl ethanol. [on SciFinder (R)]
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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