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Among other things, hydrophobic (water-repelling) surfaces can be used to keep medical devices germ-free, to help airplane wings shed ice, and to keep solar panels clean. A new process could soon make those surfaces much more durable, allowing them to ward off water for a longer time.Continue Readin...

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Published By: Gizmag - Gadgets - Tuesday, 9 June, 2020