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PFTT - Transparent Superhydrophobic Disordered Composite Material Disclosure Number 200501517 Technology Summary This invention is related to and is a continuation of IDR 1430. Where IDR 1430 suggested the possibility of creating a transparent superhydrophobic material from a superhydrophobic disordered composite, this invention tells how to accomplish such optical transparency as a result…

Superhydrophobic Anodized Alumina and Method of Making Same Disclosure Number 201202919 Technology Summary The invention relates to surface treatments and more specifically to methods for modifing a standard aluminum anodization process in such a way as to produce a durable superhydrophobic surface. The resulting superhydrophobic anodized alumina surface …

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Superhydrophic Coatings New coatings exhibiting superhydrophobic properties have been developed by ORNL researchers. The portfolio of inventions uses a variety of materials to produce a coating which creates a liquid contact angle very close to the theoretical limit of 180 degrees. The result is a coating which causes liquids to bead up on the surface of a material. This action prevents fou…

Superhydrophobic Coatings Using Double-Silane Treated Silica Particles Superhydrophobic Coatings Using Double-Silane Treated Silica Particles Disclosure Number 201202928 Technology Summary This invention relates to superhydrophobic coatings and more specifically to durability improvements. This disclosure describes how to simultaneously covalently bond s…

A Method of Making Superhydrophobic and Superoleophilic Articles A Method of Making Superhydrophobic and Superoleophilic Articles Disclosure Number 201102577 Technology Summary This invention disclosure describes compositions and methods of making compositions that are both super-water repellent superhydrophobic paints (and epoxies) and superoleophilic p…

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Superhydrophobic Metal-Oxide Thin Film Coatings Because of their numerous advantages and applications, considerable efforts have been expended to develop superhydrophobic (water repellant) coatings. However, traditional superhydrophobic coatings are soft in nature, with a Teflon-like surface chemistry that results in reduced adhesion and durability, and hence such coatings are not suitable for ro…

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Coating Surfaces with Superhydrophobic Powder Researchers at ORNL have developed a method of modifying existing coating techniques to include a bonded superhydrophobic outer coating layer. Superhydrophobic powder will not readily bond to most substrates directly, since superhydrophobic powder is almost entirely made up of fluorinated particles of silica glass, which is chemically inert to most …

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Atomically Thin Lubricant, Anticorrosion and Superhydrophobic Layers Based on Graphene Atomically Thin Lubricant, Anticorrosion and Superhydrophobic Layers Based on Graphene Disclosure Number 201202903 Technology Summary This invention relates to materials and more specifically to the use of Graphine for several useful purposes. Graphene is a low energy material and an excellent can…

Superhydrophobic Thin Film Coatings Exploiting its expertise with thin films and superhydrophobic materials, ORNL has developed a simple, inexpensive way to apply and reliably bond superhydrophobic powder to various substrates, creating coatings that are both transparent and water repellant. Because of their many advantages and applications, numerous efforts have been made to develop superhydro…

Method for Producing Optically Transparent, Superhydrophobic, Biocompatible Thin Film Coatings Method for Producing Optically Transparent, Superhydrophobic, Biocompatible Thin Film Coatings Disclosure Number 201202922 Technology Summary An optically transparent, hydrophobic coating with an average contact angle of 110 was successfully developed using low-cost…

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