Colloid and Interface Science


The laboratory is active in the field of investigation of colloidal systems and applications of new colloids, with a focus on formation and characterization of dispersed systems, ranging in size from nanoparticles and nanocapsules through microparticles and microcapsules, up to large beads and powders. In addition, the research group deals with formulation chemistry in collaboration with industry to develop stable multicomponent, dispersed systems such as cosmetic emulsions and gels, paints, ink jet inks, coatings and pesticides. Advanced, graduate-level coursework is offered. Service provided

The lab is active in industrial formulations and in performing measurements required for developing products containing fine particles. It is well-equipped with instruments required for preparation and characterization of dispersed systems composed of nanoparticles, microparticles, microcapsules and emulsions. Advantages

The lab features state-of-the-art technology and a highly skilled and experienced team. Available equipment

Evaluation of droplet and particle size: Instruments cover size range of 1 nanometer to 800 micrometers (MALVERN NanoS, NanoSZ, and Ankersmid-EyeTech)
Evaluation of surface potential of particles (zeta potential): Two instruments (MALVERN Zetasizer and Nano SZ)
Microscopy: Optical and fluorescence microscopes Surface tension and contact angle measurements: LAUDA tensiometer,FirsTten Angstroms Emulsification equipment: High-pressure homogenizer (STANSTED), ULTRATURAX Grinding and dispersion equipment: DISPERMAT CV, Dispermat SL 25 Viscosity measurement: BROOKFIELD DV 2, RheoScope 1(Haake)
Piezoelectric printheads: MicroFab Spray dryer: B?CHI Atomic force microscope: NT-MDT Microencapsulator and bead formation: INOTECH

Type of Offer: Licensing

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