- adj. Very hydrophobic; used especially to describe materials having surfaces that are very difficult to wet, and have a water contact angle greater than 150°
“The paper, by lead author and Pitt doctoral student Liangliang Cao, presents the first evidence of anti-icing properties for a burgeoning class of water repellants-including the Pitt coating-known as superhydrophobic coatings.”
“The research paper, by lead author and Pitt doctoral student Liangliang Cao, presents the first evidence of anti-icing properties for a burgeoning class of water repellants-including the Pitt coating-known as superhydrophobic coatings.”
“Now scientists at the University of Lyon have identified a “hydro-capillary” effect that can be overcome either by thinning the edge of the spout, or by applying superhydrophobic materials to the lip.”
“Lotus Ironically, this aquatic plant is superhydrophobic.”
“Lily leaf superhydrophobic surfaces, support structures”
“Vanessa indica superhydrophobic surfaces, self-cleaning”
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“Our investigation offers a facile process to assemble novel microrobots that can walk on the water surface by using superhydrophobic wires and miniature motors.”
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