Water repellency is a key factor in numerous applications including functional coatings, self-cleaning surfaces and protective coatings. A simple and efficient contact angle method is often used for characterizing the water repellency. However, in order to truly understand the repellency, dynamic contact angles need to be measured. In this webinar, we will go through the background and significance of dynamic contact angles:
We will give examples of situations where a normal static contact angle measurement is not adequate for characterizing the water repellency of a surface. In the end of the webinar, you will have an opportunity to ask questions live from the presenter.
Susanna Lauren, Marketing Director of Attension, KSV NIMA
Susanna has worked at Biolin Scientific for over 10 years in various roles. She has a strong background in the field of surface wettability and analysis.In her PhD thesis, she developed fabrication methods for a new type of inorganic-organic polymers. Microfabricated polymer chips were utilized as tool for biomolecule separation in analytical chemistry.