Ho-Young Kim

Myoung-Woon Moon4
L Mahadevan3
Kwang-Ryeol Lee3
4Myoung-Woon Moon
3L Mahadevan
3Kwang-Ryeol Lee
2Sang Hoon Kim
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  • Myoung-Woon Moon, Kwang-Ryeol Lee, Ashkan Vaziri, Ho-Young Kim
  • 2010
Asymmetric adhesion is used by many insects and gecko lizards, allowing them to move on nearly any surface – horizontal, tilted or vertical. The feet of many of these creatures is covered with intricate fibrillar structures that are responsible for their superb manoeuvring ability. Among these creatures, gecko lizards have one of the most efficient and(More)
Writing with ink involves the supply of liquid from a pen onto a porous hydrophilic solid surface, paper. The resulting linewidth depends on the pen speed and the physicochemical properties of the ink and paper. Here we quantify the dynamics of this process using a combination of experiment and theory. Our experiments are carried out using a minimal pen, a(More)
We show that a nanoscale polymer solution electrojet can coil to form free-standing hollow pottery as the jet is focused onto a sharp electrode tip. A scaling law is given based on the balance of the electrostatic compression force and the elastic resistance to predict the coil radius and frequency as the functions of relevant physical parameters. The(More)
Porous carbon materials with high specific surface areas and superhydrophobicity have attracted much research interest due to their potential application in the areas of water filtration, water/oil separation, and oil-spill cleanup. Most reported superhydrophobic porous carbon materials are fabricated by complex processes involving the use of catalysts and(More)
Considering that contacts between liquid and solid are ubiquitous in almost all energy processes , including steam turbines, oil pumping, condensers and boilers, the efficiency of energy transportation can be maximized such that the liquid-solid interaction is optimized. Texture based super-hydrophobicity, also known as the Lotus effect, has been one of the(More)
To overcome a world-wide water shortage problem, numerous desalination methods have been developed with state-of-the-art power efficiency. Here we propose a spontaneous desalting mechanism referred to as the capillarity ion concentration polarization. An ion-depletion zone is spontaneously formed near a nanoporous material by the permselective ion(More)
Controlled surface wettability for oil has been intensively studied to remove industrial oil waste or oil spill pollution from seas or rivers. In particular, external stimuli-induced special wetting materials, such as photo-responsive TiO2, have attracted considerable attention for oil-water separation. In this study, a novel method is reported to fabricate(More)