Near-atomically-flat titanium patterns (islands) rendered hydrophobic. Other research includes 3D nanopattering of materials. MIT created hydrophobic materials that could even revolutionize fossil fuel and nuclear power plants. Also superhydrophobic nano structured surfaces cause water to bounce like a ball (prof. Julie Crockett, Brigham Young University, https://phys.org/news/2014-05-super-waterproof-surfaces-ball.html).
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