In the attempt of satisfying the quest for new antifouling products tailored for applications on Cultural Heritage, we have synthesized and characterized two different silica nanosystems. The first consists of core-shell nanocapsules and the second one of mesostructured nanoparticles. Both systems have been successfully loaded in situ with the commercial biocide 2-mercaptobenzothizole (MBT). The synthesis procedure and particles characterization measurements, as far as their dimensions and superficial properties, loading capability, and release rate in aqueous solution, are reported. We stress that both particles have the dimensions required to avoid undesired light scattering once dispersed on the artefact surface. Interestingly, the two nanoparticles have complementary properties, suggesting that combining them in a coating may have a higher potential for production of new generation active products.

Ruggiero, L., Di Bartolomeo, E., Gasperi, T., Luisetto, I., Talone, A., Zurlo, F., et al. (2019). Silica nanosystems for active antifouling protection: nanocapsules and mesoporous nanoparticles in controlled release applications. JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 798, 144-148 [10.1016/j.jallcom.2019.05.215].

Silica nanosystems for active antifouling protection: nanocapsules and mesoporous nanoparticles in controlled release applications

Ruggiero L.;Gasperi T.;Luisetto I.;TALONE, ALESSANDRO;Ricci M. A.;Sodo A.
2019

Abstract

In the attempt of satisfying the quest for new antifouling products tailored for applications on Cultural Heritage, we have synthesized and characterized two different silica nanosystems. The first consists of core-shell nanocapsules and the second one of mesostructured nanoparticles. Both systems have been successfully loaded in situ with the commercial biocide 2-mercaptobenzothizole (MBT). The synthesis procedure and particles characterization measurements, as far as their dimensions and superficial properties, loading capability, and release rate in aqueous solution, are reported. We stress that both particles have the dimensions required to avoid undesired light scattering once dispersed on the artefact surface. Interestingly, the two nanoparticles have complementary properties, suggesting that combining them in a coating may have a higher potential for production of new generation active products.
Ruggiero, L., Di Bartolomeo, E., Gasperi, T., Luisetto, I., Talone, A., Zurlo, F., et al. (2019). Silica nanosystems for active antifouling protection: nanocapsules and mesoporous nanoparticles in controlled release applications. JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 798, 144-148 [10.1016/j.jallcom.2019.05.215].
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