New Laser Technique Turns Metals Into Water-Repellent 'Supermaterials'

January 21, 2015 1:49 AM

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Laser pulses make for super-slippery "hydrophobic" materials that shed water better than Teflon. The new laser technology could have uses in solar energy devices and water-collection in developing countries.(Photo : J. Adam Fenster/University of Rochester)

Laser pulses make for super-slippery "hydrophobic" materials that shed water better than Teflon. The new laser technology could have uses in solar energy devices and water-collection in developing countries.

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