Investigating sub-10 nm-thick Cloaking Films on Sessile Water Droplets Placed on Slippery Lubricant-Infused Porous Surfaces (SLIPS)

Muhammad Ghifari Ridwan
Slippery liquid-infused porous surfaces (SLIPS) – a new class of bio-inspired liquid-repellent surfaces – comprise arbitrarily porous architectures filled with oils that exhibit high interfacial tensions to probe liquids and present ultralow contact angle hysteresis (<〖10〗^°). However, before practical technologies based on SLIPS can be designed at large-scale, a number of fundamental questions remain to be answered. For instance, depending on the sign of the spreading coefficient of the Vapor(V)-lubricant oil(O)-liquid(L) system, defined as S_(OL(V))=γ_LV-γ_LO-γ_OV>0,...
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