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Materials   (1 Topic) (7 Subtopics) (1 Note)   (14 Patent Titles)   (0 Patent Abstracts) (2/17/2016)

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34 Subtopics  

 Acrylic Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles -- 1 Title)    (Patent Abstracts)

Cellulose Acetate Coatings    (Notes 0N)   (Patent Titles 1T)   (Patent Abstract 0A)

Ceramic Coatings  1 Topic 0 Subtopics (Notes)   (Patent Titles -- 18 Titles)   (Patent Abstracts)

Ceramic Coatings  1 Topic 0 Subtopics (Notes)   (Patent Titles -- 18 Titles)   (Patent Abstracts)

Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD)  (Notes 1N)   (Patent Titles 169T )   (Patent Abstracts)

Coating Applications:  (1 Topic) (77 Subtopics)  (Notes(Patent Titles -- 102 Titles)  (Patent Abstracts) (2/17/2016)

Coatings Compounding    (1 Topics) (0 Subtopics) (0 Notes )   (24 Patent Titles )   (0 Patent Abstracts ) (2/17/2016)

Coating Methods    (Notes 2N)   (Patent Titles 68T)   (Patent Abstracts)

Cyclodextrin Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

 Enzyme Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

 Extruded Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

 Fluoropolymer Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

 Hydrophilic Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Hydrophobic Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Ionomer Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Latex Coatings  (Notes)   (Patent Titles 126T)   (Patent Abstracts)

Materials   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Medical Coatings   (Notes)   (Patent Titles)  (Patent Abstracts)

Metallic Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Nanocomposite (NC) Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Nanoparticle Coatings   (2 Topics) (0 Subtopics) (0 Notes )   (2 Patent Titles )   (1 Patent Abstracts ) (2/26/2016)

Paint   (Notes)   (Patent Titles)   (Patent Abstracts)

Photocurable Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

 Plasma Coatings   (Notes)   (Patent Titles 61T)   (Patent Abstracts)

Polycarbonate (PC) Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Polyelectrolyte Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Polyester Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Polyolefin Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Polypropylene (PP) Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

Polyurethane (PUR) Coatings   (Notes)   (Patent Titles)  (Patent Abstracts)

Powder Coatings   (Notes 1N)   (Patent Titles 44T)   (Patent Abstracts)

Spraying Coatings   (Notes -- 1N)    (Patent Titles -- 158 T)    (Patent Abstracts)

Superhydrophilic Coatings   (Notes)   (Patent Titles)   (Patent Abstrtacts)

Ultravioler (UV) Cured Coatings   (Notes)    (Patent Titles)    (Patent Abstracts)

 

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Notes 1N

1. Introduction

.“A coating is a covering that is applied to the surface of an object, usually referred to as the substrate. In many cases coatings are applied to improve surface properties of the substrate, such as appearance, adhesion, wetability, corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and scratch resistance. Some new coatings formulated using nanotechnology promise to create long-term surface protection.  In other cases, in particular in printing processes and semiconductor device fabrication (where the substrate is a wafer), the coating forms an essential part of the finished product.

Coating and printing processes involve the application of a thin film of functional material to a substrate, such as paper, fabric, film, foil, or sheet stock. This article discusses what is frequently termed "roll-to-roll" or "web-based" coating. A roll of substrate, when wound through the coating machine, is typically called a web.

Coatings may be applied as liquids, gases or solids. Coatings can be measured and tested for proper opacity and film thickness by using a drawdown card.”

(Coatings, Wikipedia, 3/13/2013)

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