Constructing Versatile Hydrophilic Surfaces via in-situ Aminolysis

【Author】

CHEN Shuo;HUANG Wei;YANG Ke;XU Yan-Lian;WANG Dong-Hui;HUANG Wei-Guo;College of Chemistry and Materials Science,Fujian Normal University;State Key Laboratory of Structural Chemistry,Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter,Chinese Academy of Sciences;Fujian Engineering Research Center of New Chinese Lacquer Material,Minjiang University;University of Chinese Academy of Sciences;Fujian Science & Technology Innovation Laboratory for Optoelectronic Information of China;

【Institution】

College of Chemistry and Materials Science,Fujian Normal University;State Key Laboratory of Structural Chemistry,Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter,Chinese Academy of Sciences;Fujian Engineering Research Center of New Chinese Lacquer Material,Minjiang University;University of Chinese Academy of Sciences;Fujian Science & Technology Innovation Laboratory for Optoelectronic Information of China;

【Abstract】

Surface hydrophilization is required for numbers of applications such as biosensor, biomedical implants and marine coating. However, the preparation of hydrophilic surface from a solid substrate still suffers from limited thicknesses, complex procedures, restricted substrates and harsh conditions. Herein, a method based on in-situ aminolysis of poly(pentafluorophenyl acrylate)(pPFPA) capable of generating arbitrary hydrophilic surface is proposed, enabling high design freedom and abundant choices of hydrophilic molecules. Simply immersing pPFPA coated substrates into 3-((3-aminopropyl)dimethylammonio)propane-1-sulfonate(ADPS), β-alanine and amine-terminal poly(ethylene glycol)(NH2-PEG) solutions for two hours drastically reduces the water contact angle of the corresponding surfaces, indicating the high efficiency and excellent generality of such method.Systematical studies reveal that these coatings are able to mitigate fog formation, self-clean the oil contaminant and exhibit excellent antifouling performance against algae. Notably, relying on the fast and quantitative feature of the aminolysis, these hydrophilic surfaces possess excellent regeneration capability and well-recover their hydrophilic feature after being physically damaged. This work represents a facile and universal way to fabricate versatile hydrophilic surfaces for multi-functional applications such as self-cleaning, patterning, sensing, antifogging and anti-biofouling.

【Keywords】

surface hydrophilization;;in-situ aminolysis;;antifogging;;self-cleaning;;antifouling;;regeneration

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