Fabrication of superhydrophobic polymethylsilsesquioxane nanostructures on cotton textiles by a solution-immersion process.

@article{Shirgholami2011FabricationOS,
  title={Fabrication of superhydrophobic polymethylsilsesquioxane nanostructures on cotton textiles by a solution-immersion process.},
  author={Mohammad A Shirgholami and Mohammad Shateri Khalil-Abad and R. Khajavi and Mohammad Esmaeil Yazdanshenas},
  journal={Journal of colloid and interface science},
  year={2011},
  volume={359 2},
  pages={530-5}
}
Superhydrophobic cotton textiles are prepared by a simple, one-step and inexpensive phase separation method under ambient conditions by which a layer of polymethylsilsesquioxane (PMSQ) nanostructures is covered onto the cellulose fibers. By changing the silane precursor concentration, PMSQ nanostructures with various shapes, morphologies and sizes were fabricated. Nanostructures were characterized using SEM, EDS, and attenuated total reflectance FTIR. The wettability of the modified cellulose… CONTINUE READING
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