Over the past few decades, many methods have been developed to fabricate superhydrophobic surfaces because these surfaces are useful in several important applications such as anti-corrosion, oil-water separation, friction reduction, and liquid transportation. Surface morphology is a key factor to determine the wettability of a solid surface, and patterning is one of the effective ways to change the surface morphology and to improve the wetting properties. Laser patterning using a pulse laser source is a unique technique that can modify the surface morphology with very limited distortion of the bulk material. Moreover, it is a noncontact method, and complex patterns can be created. In this paper, we summarized several typical approaches, theories and relevant applications of laser fabricated superhydrophobic surfaces.
Research progress in superhydrophobic surfaces fabricated by laser (From OEE, Vol.44, Issue 12)
First published at:Mar 01, 2018
Opto-Electronic Review Vol. 02, Issue 01, pp. e201712003 (2018) DOI:10.3969/j.issn.1003-501X.2017.12.003
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