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Stefanie N. Guntari, Aaron C. H. Khin, Edgar H. H. Wong, Tor K. Goh, Anton Blencowe, Frank Caruso and Greg G. Qiao (Super)hydrophobic and Multilayered Amphiphilic Films Prepared by Continuous Assembly of Polymers Advanced Functional Materials 23

Version of Record online: 16 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201300768

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The continuous assembly of polymers (CAP) is utilized to fabricate advanced functional nanocoatings with tunable film compositions on various substrates. The versatility of CAP is demonstrated by the formation of (super)hydrophobic coatings on hydrophilic substrates including paper, cotton, aluminium foil, and glass. Moreover, by simple alternate dipping in hydrophilic and hydrophobic macro-crosslinker solutions, novel stratified amphiphilic films can be assembled via CAP.

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