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Nanocontainer-Based Active Systems: From Self-Healing Coatings to Thermal Energy Storage

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Shchukina, E., & Shchukin, D. G. (2019). Nanocontainer-Based Active Systems: From Self-Healing Coatings to Thermal Energy Storage. Langmuir, 35(26), 8603-8611. doi:10.1021/acs.langmuir.9b00151.

Cite as: https://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0003-2169-2
We highlight the development of nanocontainer-based active
materials started in 2006 at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces
under the supervision of Prof. Helmuth Moehwald. The active materials
encapsulated in the nanocontainers with controlled shell permeability have
been first applied for self-healing coatings with controlled release of the corrosion
inhibitor. The nanocontainers have been added to the paint formulation matrix at
5−10 wt % concentration, which resulted in attaining a coating-autonomous selfhealing
ability. This research idea has attracted the attention of many scientists
around the world (>1500 publications during the last 10 years) and has already
been transferred to the commercialization level. The current trend in
nanocontainer-based active systems is devoted to the multifunctionality of the
capsules which can combine self-healing, antibacterial, thermal, and other functionalities into one host matrix. This article
summarizes the previous research done in the area of nanocontainer-based active materials together with future perspectives of capsule-based materials with antifouling or thermoregulating activity.