Interfacial phenomena: A solid-phase-independent strategy for tuning the surface wettability is presented. Lewis acid–base interactions at the oil–water interface can greatly decrease the liquid–liquid interfacial tension and induce oleophilic to superoleophobic wetting transition on a nonresponsive microstructured surface (see picture).
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