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Entry needed. Suggest to combine with [[Superhydrophobicity]] and [[Superhydrophobic]]. (LH 2011)
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Entry needed. Suggest to combine with [[Superhydrophobicity]], [[Superhydrophicity]] (misspelled) and [[Superhydrophobic]]. (LH 2011)
 
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[[Effects of contact angles#Surface heterogeneity|Superhydrophobic surfaces]] in [[Effects of contact angles]] in [[Capillarity and wetting]] from [[Main Page#Lectures for AP225|Lectures for AP225]].
 
[[Effects of contact angles#Surface heterogeneity|Superhydrophobic surfaces]] in [[Effects of contact angles]] in [[Capillarity and wetting]] from [[Main Page#Lectures for AP225|Lectures for AP225]].
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==Keyword in References==
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[[Bioinspired self-repairing slippery surfaces with pressure-stable omniphobicity]]
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[[Growth of polygonal rings and wires of CuS on structured surfaces]]
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[[Pitcher plant inspired non-stick surface]]

Revision as of 04:07, 8 December 2011

Entry needed. Suggest to combine with Superhydrophobicity, Superhydrophicity (misspelled) and Superhydrophobic. (LH 2011)



See also:

Superhydrophobic surfaces in Effects of contact angles in Capillarity and wetting from Lectures for AP225.

Keyword in References

Bioinspired self-repairing slippery surfaces with pressure-stable omniphobicity

Growth of polygonal rings and wires of CuS on structured surfaces

Pitcher plant inspired non-stick surface