Hydrophobic and Oleophobic Coatings

  • S. Pilotek
  • H. Schmidt


The formation of a solid-liquid interface between a liquid drop and a solid surface is called wetting. The extent of which wetting occurs is in most cases accurately described by the Young-equation (1).


Contact Angle Surface Free Energy Liquid Drop Static Contact Angle Silica Film 
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