Allylimidazolium salt based antibacterial polymer coatings produced by thiol?ene photocuring
- Allylimidazolium salt based antibacterial polymer coatings produced by thiol?ene photocuring
- 김미리내; 송치만; 한동근; 안광덕; 황승상; 안동준; 김만호
- Antibacterial coating; Antibacterial polymers; Allylimidazolium salts; Thiol?ene photocuring; Mass fractal network
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- Reactive & functional polymers
- VOL 87, 53-60
- Photocurable formulations containing trifunctional thiol, trifunctional ene, and antibacterial allylimidazolium salts have been employed for transparent antibacterial coatings. The antibacterial component 1-allyl-3-dodecylimidazolium salt (ADIm) is prepared and chemically attached to polymer networks using a one-step thiol–ene photocuring reaction. Ultra-small (USANS) and small angle neutron scattering (SANS) measurements show that the photocured polymers are loosely networked three-dimensional structures with a mass fractal of approximately 2.7 ± 0.2. The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) for the ADIm was determined to be 500 lg/ml and 15.63 lg/ml for Escherichia coli (Gram negative) and Staphylococcus aureus (Gram positive) bacteria, respectively. Coating formulations containing 10 mol% of the antibacterial ADIm photocured on glass substrates showed strong antibacterial activity against environmental bacteria such as E. coli and/or S. aureus.
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