Bioinspired surfaces with special wettability.

@article{Sun2005BioinspiredSW,
  title={Bioinspired surfaces with special wettability.},
  author={Taolei Sun and Lin Feng and Xuefeng Gao and Lei Jiang},
  journal={Accounts of chemical research},
  year={2005},
  volume={38 8},
  pages={644-52}
}
Biomimetic research indicates that many phenomena regarding wettability in nature, such as the self-cleaning effect on a lotus leaf and cicada wing, the anisotropic dewetting behavior on a rice leaf, and striking superhydrophobic force provided by a water strider's leg, are all related to the unique micro- and nanostructures on the surfaces. It gives us much inspiration to realize special wettability on functional surfaces through the cooperation between the chemical composition and the surface… CONTINUE READING
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