Surfaces Get Smarter: Scouting Emerging Coatings, Markets, and Functionalities

Coatings have long been used to protect and enhance surfaces as mundane as walls to the most critical industrial equipment. More recently, advances in nanotechnology and materials science have enabled advanced functionalities such as hydrophobicity and self-healing, while researchers strive to enabl...

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