3 years ago

Stretchable and durable superhydrophobicity that acts both in air and under oil

Stretchable and durable superhydrophobicity that acts both in air and under oil
Uttam Manna, Adil Majeed Rather
A facile and robust Michael addition reaction is strategically exploited here, to develop a highly stretchable (150% deformation) superhydrophobic material. This material strongly repels aqueous phase both in air and under oil and with impeccable physical/chemical durability, and is appropriate for rapid separation of both heavy and light oils from complex aqueous phases with above 99% efficiency.
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