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A New Dip Coating Method to Obtain Large-Surface Coatings with a Minimum of Solution.

Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) (2015-07-23)
Davide R Ceratti, Benjamin Louis, Xavier Paquez, Marco Faustini, David Grosso
ABSTRACT

A new, simple bi-phasic dip-coating method is developed. This method is considered as a great improvement of the technique for research, development and production, since expensive, rare, harmful, or time-evolving solutions can now be easily deposited on large surfaces and on a single side from very little amounts of solution.

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