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Electrowetting of water drops on structured superhydrophobic surfaces are known to cause an irreversible change from a slippy (Cassie-Baxter) to sticky (Wenzel) regime. An alternative approach to using a water drop on a super-hydrophobic surface to obtain a non-wetting system is to use a liquid marble on a smooth solid substrate. A liquid marble is a droplet coated in hydrophobic grains, which therefore carries its own solid surface structure as a conformal coating. Such droplets can bedoi:10.1088/0022-3727/40/1/s04 fatcat:bhikmq3uyfdtvf2f33qu3iuhhu