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DateDate: 29-10-2018, 06:13

The ability to control such a property of a coating as the degree of absorption and repulsion of elements and substances is indeed a priority development of many leading teams of researchers around the world. However, it is worth noting the fact that not all of them succeed in this matter, due to its high complexity and multidimensionality. However, today a talented team from Canada presented their new development - or rather its preliminary concept - which is a smart coating that can repel absolutely all types of substances, except for those that the user wants to turn on in production.
It sounds really interesting, but Canadian scientists are still not in a hurry to reveal all the maps and share any specific details about their new development. It is only known that the development of this smart coating is carried out with the guidance of chemical engineering specialists from Canadian McMaster University in British Columbia and that the coating itself can really repel all third-party chemicals and compounds, except those that are needed by the end user.
This is due to the presence of a special lubricant that is applied with a thin layer to the coating and which plays the role of the main chemical insulator - but besides it, another bioactive compound also participates in the reaction and the process, which also has not yet been disclosed to the public. It is only known that the preliminary testing of specialists was crowned with success and that soon they will move on to the next stage in the development of their smart coverage.
Whatever it was, and the successful completion of this experience in the development of a super-repulsive smart coating can really become a priority, since such a coating can be used in areas of activity and technology where it is necessary to increase the level of security. For example, such a coating can be placed on the wings of passenger aircraft to prevent the formation of ice on their surface or to improve the quality of antibiotics.