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Effects of Surface Microstructures on Superhydrophobic Properties and Oil-Water Separation Efficiency
In order to explore the effects of microstructures of membranes on superhydrophobic properties, it is critical, though, challenging, to study microstructures with different morphologies. In this work, a combination of chemical etching and oxidation was used and some copper meshes were selected for grinding. Two superhydrophobic morphologies could be successfully prepared for oil-water separation: a parabolic morphology and a truncated cone morphology. The surface morphology, chemicaldoi:10.3390/coatings9020069 fatcat:mzra5j3l4fc7pgvtd4smwdpq2q