Nanotech 2011

Stable Superhydrophobic TiO2-based Nanobelt Films with Controllable Transparence and Adhesion

Y.K. Laiand, J.J. Gong, Y.X. Tang, D.G. Gong, C.J. Lin, Z. Chen
Xiamen University, CN

Keywords: superhydrophobic

Abstract:

Therefore, it is a challenge to develop more convenient methods to quickly deposit titanate nanostructured powder on various substrates to construct superhydrophobic films. In this work, stable TiO2-based nanobelt/fluoroalkylsilane (TNB/FAS) hybrid solution were synthesized by a hydrogen-bond-driven functionalization on titanate nanobelts in non-aqueous system using a pre-hydrolysis fluoroalkylsilane.Hydrophobic surfaces with optical transmittance levels above 80% throughout most of the visible region of the spectrum, or excellent superhydrophobic films with extreme water adhesion contrast were realized for the optimized deposition.
 

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