Self-healing polymeric coatings

A. C.C. Esteves, S. J. García

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Abstract

Coatings have become one of the most ubiquitous end applications for polymeric materials. Introducing self-repairing mechanisms into coatings is one way to ensure a high level of performance and an extended service life-time, with reduced energy and cost efforts with maintenance and repair. This chapter presents a revision of the self-healing approaches and mechanisms that have the potential to find applications in the broad and challenging smart coatings field. It discusses some of the systems/mechanisms, in light of main molecular interactions that can be used to introduce intrinsic healing mechanisms on polymeric coatings: (i) molecular chains inter-diffusion and segregation, (ii) reversible bonds, and (iii) noncovalent bonds. Many of the current functional polymeric coatings rely on their surface chemical groups for a special performance or functionalities, such as extreme water repellence, self-cleaning behavior (via superhydrophobic or superhydrophilic mechanisms), or anti-(bio)adhesion (i.e., low adherence of proteins and other biofoulants).

LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationFunctional Polymer Coatings
Subtitle of host publicationPrinciples, Methods, and Applications
EditorsL. Wu, J. Baghdachi
Place of PublicationHoboken
PublisherWiley
Pages133-162
Number of pages30
ISBN (Electronic)9781118883051
ISBN (Print)978-1-118-51070-4
DOIs
StatePublished - 22 May 2015

Publication series

NameThe Wiley Series on Polymer Engineering and Technology

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Coatings
Molecular interactions
Service life
Cleaning
Repair
Adhesion
Proteins
Water
Polymers
Costs

Keywords

  • Functional polymeric coatings
  • Intrinsic healing mechanisms
  • Molecular chains inter-diffusion
  • Noncovalent bonds
  • Self-healing polymeric coating

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Esteves, A. C. C., & García, S. J. (2015). Self-healing polymeric coatings. In L. Wu, & J. Baghdachi (Eds.), Functional Polymer Coatings: Principles, Methods, and Applications (pp. 133-162). (The Wiley Series on Polymer Engineering and Technology). Hoboken: Wiley. DOI: 10.1002/9781118883051.ch4
Esteves, A. C.C. ; García, S. J./ Self-healing polymeric coatings. Functional Polymer Coatings: Principles, Methods, and Applications. editor / L. Wu ; J. Baghdachi. Hoboken : Wiley, 2015. pp. 133-162 (The Wiley Series on Polymer Engineering and Technology).
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Esteves, ACC & García, SJ 2015, Self-healing polymeric coatings. in L Wu & J Baghdachi (eds), Functional Polymer Coatings: Principles, Methods, and Applications. The Wiley Series on Polymer Engineering and Technology, Wiley, Hoboken, pp. 133-162. DOI: 10.1002/9781118883051.ch4

Self-healing polymeric coatings. / Esteves, A. C.C.; García, S. J.

Functional Polymer Coatings: Principles, Methods, and Applications. ed. / L. Wu; J. Baghdachi. Hoboken : Wiley, 2015. p. 133-162 (The Wiley Series on Polymer Engineering and Technology).

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Esteves ACC, García SJ. Self-healing polymeric coatings. In Wu L, Baghdachi J, editors, Functional Polymer Coatings: Principles, Methods, and Applications. Hoboken: Wiley. 2015. p. 133-162. (The Wiley Series on Polymer Engineering and Technology). Available from, DOI: 10.1002/9781118883051.ch4