publication . Article . Other literature type . 2007

What Do We Need for a Superhydrophobic Surface? A Review on the Recent Progress in the Preparation of Superhydrophobic Surfaces

Li, X.; Reinhoudt, David; Crego Calama, Mercedes;
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  • Published: 30 Oct 2007 Journal: ChemInform, volume 38 (issn: 0931-7597, eissn: 1522-2667, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
Superhydrophobic surfaces have drawn a lot of interest both in academia and in industry because of the self-cleaning properties. This critical review focuses on the recent progress (within the last three years) in the preparation, theoretical modeling, and applications of superhydrophobic surfaces. The preparation approaches are reviewed according to categorized approaches such as bottom-up, top-down, and combination approaches. The advantages and limitations of each strategy are summarized and compared. Progress in theoretical modeling of surface design and wettability behavior focuses on the transition state of superhydrophobic surfaces and the role of the rou...
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free text keywords: Organic chemistry, Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Roughness factor, Material chemistry, IR-74605, METIS-241451
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