Fly-eye inspired superhydrophobic anti-fogging inorganic nanostructures
Sun, Ziqi, Liao, Ting, Liu, Kesong, Jiang, Lei, Kim, Jung Ho, & Dou, Shi Xue (2014) Fly-eye inspired superhydrophobic anti-fogging inorganic nanostructures. Small, 10(15), pp. 3001-3006.
Fly-eye bio-inspired inorganic nanostructures are synthesized via a two-step self-assembly approach, which have low contact angle hysteresis and excellent anti-fogging properties, and are promising candidates for anti-freezing/fogging materials to be applied in extreme and hazardous environments.
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|Divisions:||Current > Schools > School of Chemistry, Physics & Mechanical Engineering
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