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Influence of long-range forces and capillarity on the function of underwater superoleophobic wrinkled surfaces

Underwater superoleophobic surfaces can be considered a particular type of lubricant-infused surface, that have anti-fouling properties by virtue of a trapped water layer that repels oils. However, as their function relies on a water layer being trapped in the surface roughness, it is crucial to understand the fact

Authors:   Ahmed Owais; Truis Smith-Palmer; Angus Gentle; Chiara Neto
Journal:   Soft Matter
DOI:   10.1039/C8SM00709H
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