Browsing by Subject "superhydrophobic surfaces"

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  • Compressed metal powders that remain superhydrophobic after abrasion

    Larmour, Iain A.; Saunders, Graham C.; Bell, Steven E.J. (ACS Publications, 2010)
    Superhydrophobic “lotus effect” materials are typically not sufficiently robust for most real world applications because their small surface features are both easily damaged and vulnerable to fouling. Here, a method for ...