In this study, the coating order of two monomers in the shell polymerization process of core-shell nanoparticles was altered to facilitate easy coating and optimize the properties of the coated surface to simplify the additional coating formulation process. To obtain a glass transition temperature suitable for coating, a core was synthesized by the copolymerization of an acryl monomer. A perfluoro monomer and silane monomer were additionally added to synthesize nanoparticles exhibiting both water-oil repellency and anchoring properties. In order to realize various surface properties, the nanoparticles underwent surface modification and cellulose fiber was introduced. Through the various data described in this text, the surface properties improved with the order of the introduction of the two monomers.
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Funding: This research was funded by the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, “Development of (color changing) visibility printing materials for harmful environment of chemical industry,” grant number Kitech JA-18-0301.
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All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Polymers and Plastics