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Bioinspired Antifouling Surfaces

From Marine Applications to Biomedical Protections

by Limei Tian (author), Jie Zhao (author), Huichao Jin (author), Wei Bing (author), Rujian Jiang (author)
february 2023
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Biofouling on marine vessels and bacterial growth on biomedical surfaces bring huge economic loss to our society. Traditional antifouling and antibacterial surfaces contain toxic substances or antibiotics, which can threaten the environments and raise the risk of inducing drug-resistance strains. In the long-term evolution process of natural organisms, they present multiple functions through the joint action of their own morphology, structure, and other factors to achieve the maximum adaptation to the environment. Many of natural organisms have developed antifouling and antibacterial strategies. Inspired by these strategies, lots of artificial surfaces have been fabricated and tested. They are highly efficient and environmental-compatibility, and they have potential to achieve enhanced antifouling capabilities and desirable properties by combining the characteristics of novel materials. This book focuses on the research and application of bioinspired antifouling surfaces in the two major fields—marine industry and biomedical field. It is intended for mechanical manufacturing and biomedical researchers, enthusiasts and students.

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Foreword................................................... VII

CHAPTER 1

Introduction to Biofouling and Bionics............................. 1

1.1 Biofouling.............................................. 1

1.2 Bionics................................................ 3

1.2.1Definition......................................... 3

1.2.2 Antifouling Strategies Developed byNature ............... 3

1.2.3 Materials Science and ManufacturingTechniques ........... 4

References.................................................. 6

CHAPTER 2

Marine Biofouling and Surface Properties........................... 9

2.1 Marine Biofouling........................................ 9

2.2 Marine BiofoulingProcess.................................. 10

2.3 Fouling Organisms and Their AdhesionBehavior ................ 11

2.3.1 Species of Fouling Organisms.......................... 11

2.3.2 Adhesion Behavior of Fouling Organisms................. 12

2.4 Biofouling-Related Costs................................... 14

2.5 History of AntifoulingCoatings.............................. 14

2.6 Basics of Wettability/Surface Energy......................... 15

2.6.1 Surface Wettability................................. 16

2.6.2 Solid Surface Energy................................ 18

References ..................................................20

CHAPTER 3

Bioinspired Textured Surfaces for MarineAntifouling .................. 23

3.1 Introduction of Textured Surfaces............................ 23

3.1.1 Lotus Leaf ........................................23

3.1.2 Rice Leaf......................................... 24

3.1.3 Butterfly Wings.................................... 24

3.1.4 Mosquito Eyes..................................... 24

3.2 Design Principles of Textured Surfaces........................ 26

3.2.1 Early Attempts.................................... 26

3.2.2 Engineered Roughness Index.......................... 27

3.2.3 Surface Energetic Attachment......................... 28

3.2.4 Contact Mechanics Theory............................ 29

3.3 Challenges andSolutions................................... 31

References.................................................. 33

CHAPTER 4

Natural Antifoulants for Antifouling Surfaces........................ 37

4.1 Introduction ............................................37

4.2 Antifoulants from MarineOrganisms.......................... 37

4.3 Antifoulants from Terrestrial Plants.......................... 40

4.4 Synthetic Analogues...................................... 41

4.4.1 Dihydrostilbenes................................... 42

4.4.2 Capsaicin Analogs.................................. 43

4.4.3 Indole Derivatives.................................. 44

References ..................................................44

CHAPTER 5

Other Nature-Inspired Marine AntifoulingSurfaces.................... 47

5.1 Introduction............................................ 47

5.2 Natural Hydrogel-Inspired AntifoulingSurfaces .................. 47

5.2.1 Introduction....................................... 47

5.2.2 Current Hydrogels for Marine Antifouling................ 48

5.3 Slippery Liquid-Infused Porous Surfaces(SLIPS) ................ 52

5.3.1 Natural SLIPS .....................................52

5.3.2 SLIPS for Antifouling............................... 52

5.4 Bioinspired Dynamic Surfaces............................... 55

5.4.1 Renewable Surfaces................................. 55

5.4.2 Unstable Surfaces...................................58

References.................................................. 60

CHAPTER 6

Bioinspired MedicalSurfaces..................................... 65

6.1 Bacterial Infection and TraditionalAntibacterial Strategies......... 65

6.1.1 Antibiotics and Physiological Activity................... 65

6.1.2 Biofilm Infections................................... 66

6.2 Traditional Medical Antibacterial andAntifouling Methods ........ 67

6.2.1 Causes of Drug Resistance............................ 68

6.2.2 Manage and Prevent Drug Resistance................... 71

6.3 Bioinspired Medical Antibacterial andAntifouling Methods ........ 72

References.................................................. 75

CHAPTER 7

Bioinspired SLIPS for Medical Antifouling.......................... 79

7.1 Introduction............................................ 79

7.2 Bioinspired Prototype of Lubricant-InfusedSlippery Surfaces ....... 79

7.3 Fundamental Principle and Liquid RepellencyMechanism of SLIPS . . 83

7.4 Fabrication Strategies of SLIPS forAntifouling Applications ........ 86

7.5 Conclusions and Outlook.................................. 101

References.................................................. 101

CHAPTER 8

Superhydrophobic Surfaces for MedicalAntifouling .................... 105

8.1 Introduction............................................ 105

8.2 Fabrication Technologies ofSuperhydrophobic Textiles ............ 106

8.2.1 Bottom-Up Fabrication.............................. 106

8.2.2 Top-Down Fabrication............................... 112

8.3 Conclusions and Outlooks.................................. 115

References.................................................. 116

CHAPTER 9

Bioinspired Mechanical Bactericidal Surfaces........................ 119

9.1 Naturally Occurring NanostructuredBactericidal Surfaces ......... 119

9.2 Bactericidal Mechanism................................... 125

9.3 Artificial Mechanical Bactericidal Surfacesand Fabricating

Technologies ............................................129

9.4 Conclusions and Outlook.................................. 136

References.................................................. 137

CHAPTER 10

Bioinspired Medical Drug-Delivery Surfaces......................... 141

10.1 The Inspiration and Development ofDrug-Delivery Surfaces ....... 141

10.2 Types of Bioinspired Drug-Delivery MedicalSurfaces ............ 143

10.2.1 Bioinspired Hydrogels.............................. 143

10.2.2 Bioinspired Polymeric Carriers....................... 145

10.2.3 Bioinspired Nanostructures and Surfaces................ 146

10.2.4 Other Bioinspired Drug-Delivery Surfaces............... 146

References ..................................................149

Conclusion.................................................. 153

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Characteristics

Language(s): English

Audience(s): Students, Professionals, Research

Publisher: EDP Sciences & Science Press

Collection: Current Natural Sciences

Published: 23 february 2023

EAN13 (hardcopy): 9782759829415

Reference eBook [PDF]: L29422

EAN13 eBook [PDF]: 9782759829422

Interior: Colour

Pages count eBook [PDF]: 162

Size: 25 Mo (PDF)

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