Nanofabrication Techniques Used for Superhydrophobic Surfaces
Nanofabrication of Lotus-like superhydrophobic surfaces has been an area of active research since the mid-1990s. Various nanofabrication techniques are used for micro- and nanostructure fabrication which include lithography, etching, deformation, and deposition.
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