Volume 48, Number 5-6, September-December 2017
|Page(s)||30 - 33|
|Published online||22 November 2017|
Slippery and never wet
Department of Applied Physics – Aalto University – P.O. Box 15100, 02150 Espoo, Finland
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Superhydrophobic surfaces let water droplets roll off with low friction and falling droplets rebound, leaving the surfaces completely dry. Such extremely water repellent surfaces are found in nature on lotus leaves, the legs of water striders and feather coatings of birds, and portray a beautiful example of ingenious biological design. They provide an exciting research avenue for physicists and materials scientists aspiring to understand and mimic nature.
© European Physical Society, EDP Sciences, 2017
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