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1 Resistance of galactoside-terminated alkanethiol self-assembled monolayers to marine fouling organisms
article 2011    
Author: Ederth, E. · Ekblad, T. · Pettitt, M.E. · Conlan, S.L. · Du, C.X. · Callow, M.E. · Callow, J.A. · Mutton, R. · Clare, A.S. · D’Souza, F. · Donnelly, G.T. · Bruin, A. · Willemsen, P.R. · Su, X.J. · Wang, S. · Zhao, Q. · Hederos, M. · Konradsson, P. · Liedberg, B.
Keywords: Materials · Self-assembled monolayer · Marine biofouling · Cobetia marina · Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus · Balanus amphitrite · Ulva linza · Materials · Mechatronics, Mechanics & Materials · MPC - Materials Performance Centre · TS - Technical Sciences

2 The potential of nano-structured silicon oxide type coatings deposited by PACVD for control of aquatic biofouling
article 2009    
Author: Akesso, L. · Pettitt, M.E. · Callow, J.A. · Callow, M.E. · Stallard, J. · Teer, D. · Liu, C. · Wang, S. · Zhao, Q. · D'Souza, F. · Willemsen, P.R. · Donnelly, G.T. · Donik, C. · Kocijan, A. · Jenko, M. · Jones, L.A. · Guinaldo, P.C.
Keywords: Biofouling · Cobetia marina · Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus · Navicula perminuta · PACVD · Pseudomonas fluorescens · Silicon oxide · Ulva linza · Dimeticone · Antifouling paint · Hydrophobicity · Plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition · Silica · Coating · Green algae · Hydrocarbon · Oxidation · Silicon · Surface energy · Topology · Bacterial spore · Chemistry · Classification · Drug effect · Halomonadaceae · Hydrophobicity · Microbiology · Pseudomonas fluorescens · Surface property · Ulva · Volatilization · Biofilms · Diatoms · Dimethylpolysiloxanes · Halomonadaceae · Hydrophobicity · Nanostructures · Pseudomonas fluorescens · Silicon Dioxide · Spores · Surface Properties · Volatilization · Water Microbiology · Chlorophyta
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3 Poly(ethylene glycol)-containing hydrogel surfaces for antifouling applications in marine and freshwater environments
article 2008    
Author: Ekblad, T. · Bergström, G. · Ederth, T. · Conlan, S.L. · Mutton, R. · Clare, A.S. · Wang, S. · Liu, Y. · Zhao, Q. · D'Souza, F. · Donnelly, G.T. · Willemsen, P.R. · Pettitt, M.E. · Callow, M.E. · Callow, J.A. · Liedberg, B.
Keywords: Materials · Antifouling properties · Artificial seawater · Balanus amphitrite · Biological evaluations · Coating thicknesses · Cobetia marinas · Composition changing · Degradation processes · Fouling organisms · Freshwater environments · Hydrogel coatings · Hydrogel surfaces · Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus · Physico-chemical properties · Poly(ethylene glycol) · Pseudomonas fluorescens · Radical polymerizations · Ulva linza · ABS resins · Chemical stability · Colloids · Ethylene glycol · Free radical polymerization · Hydrogels · Infrared spectroscopy · Marine applications · Monomers · Polyethylene glycols · Polyethylene oxides · Polymer blends · Polymeric glass · Polystyrenes · Seawater · Silanes · Silicon · Spectroscopic analysis · Thickness measurement · Coatings · Gold · Macrogol · Silicon · Barnacle · Biodegradation · Biofouling · Chemical composition · Chemical parameters · Cobetia marina · Diatom · Ellipsometry · Environmental management · Fouling control · Fouling organism · Freshwater environment · Infrared spectroscopy · Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus · Physical chemistry · Polymerization · Water analysis · Algae · Bacteria · Chemistry, Physical · Glass · Hydrogels · Marine Biology · Surface Properties · Thoracica · Ultraviolet Rays · Water Microbiology · Bacillariophyta · Navicula perminuta · Pseudomonas fluorescens
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