In this study, layered double hydroxide (LDH) nanoparticles were bound on the TFC membranes by virtue of a polydopamine (PDA)-induced immobilization process to enhance its chlorine and fouling resistance.
Two modification strategies as deposition and dip-coating were compared.
In this review, we focus on phenolic-based film engineering techniques utilizing dopamine (DA) and tannic acid (TA), which have recently emerged as new platforms for template-mediated capsule preparation.
First, 20 nm thick polydopamine films were formed on mica substrates.Biodiesel production technology is competitive in terms of low cost and alternative source of energy which should be not only sustainable but also environmentally friendly.Designing of the lipase immobilization for biodiesel production has a remarkable impact and is still challenging.The polymer was analyzed using a variety of solid state spectroscopic and crystallographic techniques. Collectively, the data showed that in contrast to previously proposed models, poly(dopamine) is not a covalent polymer but instead a supramolecular aggregate of monomers (consisting primarily of 5,6-dihydroxyindoline and its dione derivative) that are held together through a combination of charge transfer, π-stacking, and hydrogen bonding interactions.