Using Hansen Solubility Parameters To Reduce Permeation In Clay
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Michael Huth currently works at the Physics and Earth Sciences, Jacobs University. Michael does research in Chemical Engineering and Nanotechnology. Their most recent publication is 'Influence of Hansen solubility parameters on exfoliation of organophilic fluoromica'.

                       

Using Hansen Solubility Parameters To Reduce Permeation In Clay

Ancient humans have long used pottery as their main containers for storing food and as a cooking device even before the Neolithic period. These potteries were made from a mixture of water and ceramic. Pottery in modern societies has almost been replaced by plastics and polymers, as they are lighter, thinner, and more transparent compared to traditional bulk materials for transportation. The modern thin polymer versions are, to a certain extent, permeable for gases like water or oxygen. Permeation is...

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