BMA-003 Functionalized Glycosaminoglycanes
The targeted chemical modification of glycosaminoglycans (e.g. hyaluronic acid, chondroitin sulfate, heparin) offers access to new biomaterials with…
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BMA-004 Degradable Polyurethanes
The synthesis of biocompatible and biodegradable polyurethanes and polyureas is a focus of research in the department of Biomaterials.
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OFT-010 Development of Focussing Ultrasonic Transducers. Analysis and Metallization of Piezo Components
Development of adequate coating solutions and layer systems depending on the application purpose and the required properties.
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OFT-011 Functional Magnetic Core-Shell Nanoparticles
The production of functionalized nanoparticles enables new approaches to the targeted modification of materials.
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OFT-012 PlasmaSkin - Medical Potential of Mini Plasma Jets
The application of plasma sources in dermatology opens a new field of healing, desifention and antibacterial equipment.
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OFT-013 Immobilization of TiOx Layers on Plastics
Titanium oxide (TiOx) coatings are photocatalytically active when exposed to UV radiation, i.e. radicals are formed which decompose organic…
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OFT-016 Plasma Cleaning: Gentle Removal of Biocide Residues on Unmounted Wood
INNOVENT tests and analyses organochlorine compounds and uses atmospheric pressure plasma to clean untreated wood surfaces.
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OFT-023 Development of Application-Oriented Coatings for Textile Materials Using Wet Chemistry
The application on textiles allows to remove disturbing textile additives as well as a new finishing with suitable substances.
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OFT-029 Multifunctional Glass for Wet Areas
Using a combination of processes based on atmospheric pressure, it is possible to produce corrosion-resistant, easy-to-clean and antibacterial…
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OFT-030 Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas for Pretreatment and Functional Coating
AD plasmas offer a wide range of application possibilities and can be used universally for almost all material classes.
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OFT-031 Ultra-thin, Fluoride-free Hydrophobic Layer
The hydrophobic layer is completely free of fluorine, only a few nanometers thin and abrasion resistant on glass-like substrates according to ASTM…
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OFT-032 Plasma Treatment of Powders and Improved Embedding Behaviour into Ni-Dispersion Coatings
Up to now, surfactants and dispersants containing fluorine have often been used in nickel electrolytes, but their use is subject to strict…
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