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Design, Characterisation and Applications of Cellulose-Based Thin Films, Nanofibers and 3D Printed Structures
Tanja Pivec, Tamilselvan Mohan, Rupert Kargl, Manja Kurečič, Karin Stana-Kleinschek, 2021, other educational material

Abstract: The introduction of the Laboratory Manual gives the theoretical bases on cellulose and its derivatives, which are used as starting polymers for the preparation of multifunctional polymers with three different advanced techniques - spin coating, electrospinning and 3D printing. In the following, each technique is presented in a separate Lab Exercise. Each exercise covers the theoretical basics on techniques for polymer processing and methods for their characterisation, with an emphasis on the application of prepared materials. The experimental sections contain all the necessary information needed to implement the exercises, while the added results provide students with the help to implement correct and successful exercises and interpret the results.
Keywords: multifunctional polymers, polysaccharides, cellulose, electrospun, spin coating, 3D printing, nanofibers, thin films, multifunctional materials, laboratory manuals
Published: 09.03.2021; Views: 124; Downloads: 9
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EXAFS and IR analysis of electrochromic $NiO_x$/$NiO_xH_y$ thin films
Jana Padežnik Gomilšek, Romana Cerc Korošec, Peter Bukovec, Alojz Kodre, 2008, original scientific article

Abstract: Electrochromic (EC) thin films of $NiO_x$ and $NiO_xH_y$ are prepared by sol-gel method from nickel chloride precursor and deposited onto a suitable substrate by dip-coating technique. The development of the structure with thermal treatment is investigated by EXAFS and IR spectroscopy in two series of films, with high and low concentration of chloride as counter ions. In the former, the predominant structure before thermal treatment is nickel hydroxide. The baking induces condensation, yet with no trace of NiO. In the latter group, colloidal particles are indicated, on which acetate groups are adsorbed or coordinated. At the maximum EC-response the formation of NiO grains is established by EXAFS and IR.
Keywords: electrochromism, thin films, nickel oxide, nickel hydroxide, EXAFS
Published: 18.08.2017; Views: 661; Downloads: 64
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Photoregeneration of trimethylsilyl cellulose as a tool for microstructuring ultrathin cellulose supports
Archim Wolfberger, Rupert Kargl, Thomas Grießer, Stefan Spirk, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: Microstructured thin films based on cellulose, the most abundant biopolymer on Earth, have been obtained by UV-irradiation of acid-labile trimethylsilyl cellulose thin films in the presence of N-hydroxynaphtalimide triflate as photoacid generator. We demonstrate that this photoregeneration process can be exploited for the manufacture of cellulose patterns having feature sizes down to 1 μm, with potential applications in life sciences.
Keywords: cellulose thin films, cellulose regeneration, patterning of cellulose, photoregeneration
Published: 22.06.2017; Views: 724; Downloads: 350
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