Antifouling character of 'active' hybrid xerogel coatings with sequestered catalysts for the activation of hydrogen peroxide.

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Biofouling, ISSN: 1029-2454, Vol: 25, Issue: 1, Page: 21-33

Publication Year:
2009
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Repository URL:
https://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/bio_fac/235; https://works.bepress.com/dwendt/10
PMID:
18855196
DOI:
10.1080/08927010802431298
Author(s):
McMaster, Daniell M.; Bennett, Stephanie M.; Tang, Ying; Finlay, John A.; Kowalke, Gregory L.; Nedved, Brian; Bright, Frank V.; Callow, Maureen E.; Callow, James A.; Wendt, Dean E.; Hadfield, Michael G.; Detty, Michael R. Show More Hide
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Informa UK Limited
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Immunology and Microbiology; Agricultural and Biological Sciences; Environmental Science; Biology
article description
Halide-permeable xerogel films prepared from sols containing 50 mol% aminopropyltriethoxysilane (APTES)/50 mol% tetraethoxysilane (TEOS) or 10 mol% APTES/90 mol% TEOS and 0.015 M selenoxide or telluride catalyst in the sol gave reduced settlement of cypris larvae of the barnacle Balanus amphitrite and larvae of the tubeworm Hydroides elegans in the presence of artificial seawater (ASW) and hydrogen peroxide (5-100 microM) relative to glass controls. Settlement of Ulva zoospores was lower on both the 50 mol% APTES/50 mol% TEOS and 10 mol% APTES/90 mol% TEOS xerogel formulations in comparison with glass controls with or without the added catalyst. The 50 mol% APTES/50 mol%TEOS xerogel containing telluride catalyst gave reduced settlement of Ulva zoospores in the presence of 100 microM H(2)O(2) in ASW compared with the same coating without added peroxide. Scanning electron microscopy and XPS data suggest that exposure to H(2)O(2) does not lead to chemical or morphological changes on the xerogel surface.