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Facile Preparation Of Durable And Robust Superhydrophobic Textiles By Dip Coating In Nanocomposite Solution Of Organosilanes.

J. Zhang, B. Li, Lei Wu, A. Wang
Published 2013 · Materials Science, Medicine

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This article presents a facile approach for the preparation of durable and robust superhydrophobic textiles by simply dip coating in a nanocomposite solution of fluoro-free organosilanes. The superhydrophobic textiles exhibit good water repellency and excellent mechanical, chemical and environmental stability.
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