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Department of Chemistry
Hornluftdosierung an einer Spritzpistole im Praktikum Lackapplikation Show image information
Kolorierte Rasterelektronenmikroskopaufnahme eines Effektpigmentes Show image information
Mittels des PeakForce QNM-Messmodus lassen sich nanomechanische Eigenschaften am Rasterkraftmikroskop ermitteln. Show image information
Kolorierte Rasterelektronenmikroskopaufnahme einer mmonodispersen Polymerdispersion Show image information
Probenwechsel unter dem Infrarotstrahler Show image information
Ermittlung der Kornfeinheit mittels Grindometer im Praktikum Show image information

Hornluftdosierung an einer Spritzpistole im Praktikum Lackapplikation

Photo: Irina Regehr, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Kolorierte Rasterelektronenmikroskopaufnahme eines Effektpigmentes

Photo: Nadine Buitkamp, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Mittels des PeakForce QNM-Messmodus lassen sich nanomechanische Eigenschaften am Rasterkraftmikroskop ermitteln.

Photo: Irina Regehr, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Kolorierte Rasterelektronenmikroskopaufnahme einer mmonodispersen Polymerdispersion

Photo: Nadine Buitkamp, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Probenwechsel unter dem Infrarotstrahler

Photo: Irina Regehr, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Ermittlung der Kornfeinheit mittels Grindometer im Praktikum

Photo: Irina Regehr, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Coating Materials & Polymers
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bremser

Synthesis of stabilizer free block copolymer dispersion followed by mineralization

Background and aims

Because of their structural and mechanical properties inorganic/organic hybrid materials are interesting for the material research. Role models of such materials can be found in nature. The most famous example is probably the seashell which has through its special layer structure consisting of successive organic biopolymer and calcium carbonate an extremely high breaking resistance. The breaking resistance of the seashell is 3000 times higher than that of the main component calcium carbonate. Also, the shimmer of the mother of pearl is an interesting side effect of the specific inorganic/organic layer structure.

The aim of the project is to develop methods transferring the principles of natural hybrid materials to plastics and coating materials.

Results

Block copolymer dispersion are synthesized by the use of the DPE method. The particle creation and particle growth are controlled by light scattering. The functionalities of the surface of these dispersions can be adjusted as desired. In the next step, the mineralization of calcium carbonate or barium sulfate is the synthesis of new hybrid materials. These new materials are analyzed by scanning electron microscopy and focused ion beam. E.g.: Amorphous calcium carbonate is produced with embedded dispersion particles. Furthermore, new nanoscale barium sulfate flakes with integrated dispersion particles can be produced.

Figure 1 Scanning electron microscope image: Focused Ion Beam cut threw barium sulfate "nano sized holospheres"
Figure 2 Scanning electron microscope image: Platelet like barium sulfate with controlling dispersion particles

Using various mineralization techniques, like e.g. the PILP (Polymer Induced Liquid Precursor) method or the double diffusion, special melamine resin/calcium carbonate layer structures (see melamine resins) or block copolymer membranes filled with barium sulfate or calcium carbonate can be produced.

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