Sliding droplets on hydrophilic/superhydrophobic patterned surfaces for liquid deposition

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Sliding droplets on hydrophilic/superhydrophobic patterned surfaces for liquid deposition. / Chang, Bo; Zhou, Quan; Ras, Robin H A; Shah, Ali; Wu, Zhigang; Hjort, Klas.

In: Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 108, No. 15, 154102, 11.04.2016, p. 1-4.

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title = "Sliding droplets on hydrophilic/superhydrophobic patterned surfaces for liquid deposition",
abstract = "A facile gravity-induced sliding droplets method is reported for deposition of nanoliter sized droplets on hydrophilic/superhydrophobic patterned surface. The deposition process is parallel where multiple different liquids can be deposited simultaneously. The process is also high-throughput, having a great potential to be scaled up by increasing the size of the substrate.",
author = "Bo Chang and Quan Zhou and Ras, {Robin H A} and Ali Shah and Zhigang Wu and Klas Hjort",
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