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Superhydrophilic–superhydrophobic patterned surfaces: From simplified fabrication to emerging applications
Nanotechnology and Precision Engineering
Superhydrophilic–superhydrophobic patterned surfaces constitute a branch of surface chemistry involving the two extreme states of superhydrophilicity and superhydrophobicity combined on the same surface in precise patterns. Such surfaces have many advantages, including controllable wettability, enrichment ability, accessibility, and the ability to manipulate and pattern water droplets, and they offer new functionalities and possibilities for a wide variety of emerging applications, such asdoi:10.1063/10.0013222 fatcat:2n3ppnm7wveyvbyrahnfoykiwm