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TECHNOLOGY 

ELECTROSTATIC SELF-ASSEMBLY

The LbL assembly is a multistep process, in which the different electrostatic attraction forces of the polyelectrolyte solutions keep the coating together.

The almost perfect order at the molecular level of the individual monolayers is the result of many individual molecules reaching their minimum energy configurations locally. They are adsorbed from the aqueous solutions and bind with previously fixed molecules to the substrate. The interpenetration of molecules in adjacent layers can be controlled to improve the macroscopic properties of the material.

LbL technique offers some important advantages in comparison with other coating techniques:

Simplicity: It can be used to coat COMPLEX GEOMETRIES with homogeneous results

Control: LbL allows to control CONTROL THE THICKNESS of the film.

LbL can be used with nanoparticles, polymers, fluorescent indicators and colorimetric compounds.

Speed Range

0,6 mm/min to
1000 mm/min

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Software interface

Complete control of the different available options

Control of the initial and final positions

Immersion speed

Inmersion time

Withdrawal speed

Stirrer speed

Process sequencing

Temperature of the vessels

Number of cycles

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The user has full automatized control of the initial and final positions, immersion speed, immersion time, withdrawal speed, drying time and number of cycles. Nadetech®’s software also allows to control and automatize stirrer speed and the temperature of the vessels.

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