Catalysis

Electrospinning for Catalysis and
Surface Active Materials

Electrospinning creates high surface area to volume ratios needed for most catalyst systems. In some cases, this means electrospinning a commodity polymer and then depositing a catalyst on its surface. In other cases, the catalyst is blended into the polymer solution before electrospinning. Less common, the electrospun polymer is itself a catalyst. Regardless of which method you are using, we’re ready to help.

I’ve worked with the worlds largest polymer producers helping them to optimize kinetics through the use of initiator and catalyst systems.

Contact Dr. Ken Malone

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Much of my career has revolved around the study of surface chemistry dating back to my dissertation on surface reactions in macromolecules.

Contact Dr. Scott Gaboury

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With a decade of experience in toll manufacturing of organotin and antimony catalysts, I understand the need for quality in catalyst production processes.

Contact Kelli Booth

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