Encapsulation of fragrances in metal-organic microsystems for controlled release in textiles

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Encapsulation of fragrances in metal-organic microsystems for controlled release in textiles
Duration
02/09/2008 - 02/05/2010
Scope
Commercialisation Project
Summary
The objective of this project is to develop systems of micro and nano-encapsulation of fragrances and softeners by chemical methods
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Development of a systems of micro and nano-encapsulation of fragrances and softeners by chemical methods, mainly by interfacial polymerisation processes (interfacial polycondensation or interfacial coacervation of a polymer). As a result, it is expected to get capsules with particular properties in terms of stability, safety, adherence in textile, long lasting release at a uniform rate, olfactive performance and efficiency in dry textile, and reduced costs, similar or even better than those actually available in the market.
ICN Groups Participating in the Project
ICN Contact
Prof. Dr. Daniel Maspoch Comamala
Acknowledgements/Sponsors
  • Commercial contract