International Congress on Biotechnology and Food Sciences
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Accepted Abstracts

Interfacial Modification in Nanocomposites to Tailor Functionalities

Sabu Thomas*
Mahatma Gandhi University, India 

Citation: Thomas S (2020) Interfacial Modification in Nanocomposites to Tailor Functionalities. SciTech BioTech-Food Sciences 2020

Received: July 17, 2020         Accepted: July 20, 2020         Published: July 20, 2020


The study concentrate on various approaches being used to engineer materials at the nanoscale for  various  applications  in  future  technologies.  In  particular,  the  case  of  clay, carbon nanostructures (e.g. nanotubes, graphene), metal oxides, bionanomaterials (cellulose, starch and chitin) are used to highlight the challenges and progress. Several polymer systems are considered such as rubbers, thermoplastics, thermoetts and their blends for the fabrication of functional polymer nanocomposites. The interfacial activity of nanomaterials in compatibilising binary polymer blends are also discussed. Various self assembled architectures of hybrid nanostructures can be made using relatively simple processes. Some of these structures offer excellent opportunity to probe novel nanoscale behavior and can impart unusual macroscopic end properties. Study is about various applications of these materials, taking into account their multifunctional properties. Some of the promising applications of clay, metal oxides, nano cellulose, chitin, carbon nanomaterials and their hybrids will be reviewed. Finally the effect of dewetting up on solvent rinsing on nano scale thin films is also discussed.