Antibacterial composite glass coatings for protecting special-purpose steel panels
It is confirmed that glass enamel coatings are promising for antibacterial protection of steel panels. A methodological approach is developed for obtaining antibacterial composite glass coatings. A glass matrix with a programmed structure, bactericide nanopowders of zinc phosphate, and composite glass coatings based on them have been obtained on the basis of the system R2O – RO – TiO2 – P2O5 – SiO2. The composition of a coating with the maximum antibacterial effect with respect to E. Coli bacteria is determined.
Key wordsantibacterial protection glass enamel coatings syntheses of glass matrix.
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