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dip coating

[′dip ‚kōd·iŋ]
(engineering)
A coating applied to ceramic ware or metal by immersion into a tank of melted nonmetallic material, such as resin or plastic, then chilling the adhering melt.
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Numerical simulation of the dip-coating process with wall effects on the coating film thickness--Mahyar Javidi and Andrew N.
A dip-coating method using [(C/S)-q-PDMA]/MMT was performed by immersing substrates in a buffer solution (10 mM Trizma base, pH 8.
Device fabrication will be performed solely from solution methods such as spin casting, dip-coating and ultrasonic spray pyrolysis at plastic-compatible temperatures (100-200AC).
To this end, titania thin films were coated with optimum percentages of tin and niobium metallic cations on porcelain substrate through dip-coating method, and photocatalytic, hydrophilicity, and surface properties of the samples were investigated.
2] coating fabricated by dip-coating method was highly hydrophobic with a water contact angle of 145.
Iron (III) oxide films were obtained by dip-coating deposition of iron (III) oxide nanoparticles colloidal solution mixed with 20% pluronic to increase the porosity of the films onto indium-tin oxide (ITO) slides.
Every painting process begins with the pretreatment and the following dip-coating.
Because it is a room-temperature vulcanizing (RTV) material, MED-6655 is ideal for spraying and dip-coating processes, as well as sealing and bonding applications.
Their topics include pre-treating and modifying the surface of polymers with atmospheric-pressure plasma jet treatment, a comparison of polyethylene and polystyrene treated by ozone at different temperatures, wool surface modification and its influence on related functional properties, dip-coating textile materials with magnetic nanoparticles, novel approaches to enhancing the adhesion of cellulose, and detecting contaminants on polymer surfaces using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy.
Provides thixotrophy and viscosity control in component dip-coating operations.
Application of dip-coating process for depositing conducting polypyrrole films.
VitroStealth(TM)coatings can be processed at high speeds and applied using a variety of liquid coating techniques, including dip-coating, spin coating and spray coating, among others.