Hot water-repellent and mechanically durable superhydrophobic mesh for oil/water separation.


The leakage of oil or organic pollutants into the ocean arouses a global catastrophe. The superhydrophobic materials have offered a new idea for the efficient, thorough and automated oil/water separation. However, most of such materials lose superhydrophobicity when exposed to hot water (e.g. >55 °C). In this study, a hot water-repellent superhydrophobic… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcis.2017.10.059


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