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МОДИФИЦИРОВАНИЕ ТРЕКОВЫХ МЕМБРАН С ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕМ НИЗКОТЕМПЕРАТУРНОЙ ПЛАЗМЫ

Lyubov’ I. Kravets, Alla B. Gilman

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6060/tcct.20186104-05.5740
Изв. вузов. Химия и хим. технология. 2018. Т. 61. Вып. 4-5. C. 4-30

Аннотация


Рассмотрены литературные данные по модифицированию трековых мембран с использованием низкотемпературной плазмы, появившиеся за последнее десятилетие. Представлены схемы, описания установок и методик для обработки образцов в разрядах различных типов в среде неполимеризующихся газов и методом полимеризации в плазме, а также под действием таких плазмохимических методов, как магнетронное распыление полимерной мишени и электронно-лучевое диспергирование полимеров в вакууме. Описаны современные физико-химические методы изучения изменений, происходящих на поверхности мембран. Приведены типичные примеры изменения контактных свойств поверхности трековых мембран и их химического состава, полученные с помощью методов рентгенофотоэлектронной спектроскопии и Фурье-ИК-спектроскопии. С использованием методов атомно-силовой микроскопии и электронной микроскопии представлены примеры морфологических изменений, происходящих на поверхности трековых мембран и в объеме пор. Показано, что модифицирование трековых мембран в низкотемпературной плазме приводит к созданию “умных” мембран, обладающих уникальными свойствами. Это позволяет значительно расширить области их применения. Такие мембраны могут быть использованы в качестве термочувствительных элементов и механохимических мембран с “химическим клапаном”. Обработка в плазме позволяет также существенно изменить биосовместимость поверхности трековых мембран и использовать их в медицине и биологии. С помощью специальных методик представлены исследования адсорбции и роста клеточных и биологических структур на поверхности модифицированных трековых мембран. Показана возможность использования трековых мембран в качестве высокоэффективного биосовместимого дренажного материала при хирургическом лечении рефрактерной глаукомы, а также в виде имплантатов при лечении буллезной кератопатии.

Для цитирования:

Кравец Л.И., Гильман А.Б. Модифицирование трековых мембран с использованием низкотемпературной плазмы.Изв. вузов. Химия и хим. технология. 2018. Т. 61. Вып. 4-5. С. 4-30


Ключевые слова


трековые мембраны; модифицирование в низкотемпературной плазме; магнетронное распыление полимеров; электронно-лучевое диспергирование полимеров в вакууме; свойства поверхности; структура модифицированных мембран

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