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1. Quere, David. Wetting and Roughness. Annu. Rev. Mater. Res. 2008. 38:71-99
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1. Quere, David. Wetting and Roughness. Annu. Rev. Mater. Res. 2008. 38:71-99  
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2. Courbin L, et al.  Imbibition by polygonal spreading on microdecorated surfaces. ''Nat. Mater.'' 2007, '''6''', 661-664
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3. C. Ishino, et al.  Wicking within forests of micropillars,  2007 ''EPL'' '''79''', 56005

Revision as of 03:26, 21 April 2009

Wetting and Roughness: Part 1

Authors: David Quere

Annu. Rev. Mater. Res. 2008. 38:71–99

Soft matter keywords

microtextures, superhydrophobicity, wicking, slip

By Alex Epstein


Abstract from the original paper

We discuss in this review how the roughness of a solid impacts its wettability. We see in particular that both the apparent contact angle and the contact angle hysteresis can be dramatically affected by the presence of roughness. Owing to the development of refined methods for setting very well-controlled micro- or nanotextures on a solid, these effects are being exploited to induce novel wetting properties, such as spontaneous filmification, superhydrophobicity, superoleophobicity, and interfacial slip, that could not be achieved without roughness.

In Part 3, we examine the sections Superhydrophobicity and Special Properties 

Soft matters

References

1. Quere, David. Wetting and Roughness. Annu. Rev. Mater. Res. 2008. 38:71-99

2. Courbin L, et al. Imbibition by polygonal spreading on microdecorated surfaces. Nat. Mater. 2007, 6, 661-664

3. C. Ishino, et al. Wicking within forests of micropillars, 2007 EPL 79, 56005