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34. Yu, M.;Chen, S.;Zhang, B.;Qiu, D. and Cui, S., Why a Lotus like Superhydrophobic Surface Is Self Cleaning? An Explanation from Surface Force Measurements and Analysis. Langmuir, 2014. 30 (45): p. 13615 13621. 35. Antonini, C.;Villa, F. and Marengo, M., Oblique impacts of water drops onto hydrophobic and superhydrophobic surfaces: outcomes, timing, and rebound maps. Exp. Fluids, 2014. 55 (4): p. 1 9. 36. Latthe, S.S.;Terashima, C.;Nakata, K.;Sakai, M. and Fujishima, A., Development of sol gel processed semi transparent and self cleaning superhydrophobic coatings. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2014. 2 (15): p. 5548 5553. 37. FLYNN, M.R. and BUSH, J.W.M., Underwater breathing: the mechanics of plastron respiration. J. Fluid Mech., 2008. 608 : p. 275 296. 38. Zimmermann, J.;Reifler, F.A.;Fortunato, G.;Gerhardt, L. C. and Seeger, S., A Simple, One Step Approach to Durable and Robust Superhydrophobic Textiles. Adv. Funct. Mater., 2008. 18 (22): p. 3662 3669. 39. McHale, G.;Newton, M.I. and Shirtcliffe, N.J., Immersed superhydrophobic surfaces: Gas exchange, slip and drag reduction properties. Soft Matter, 2010. 6 (4): p. 714 719. 40. Pan, S.;Kota, A.K.;Mabry, J.M. and Tuteja, A., Superomniphobic Surfaces for Effective Chemical Shielding. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2012. 135 (2): p. 578 581. 41. Poetes, R.;Holtzmann, K.;Franze, K. and Steiner, U., <title>Metastable Underwater Superhydrophobicity</title>. Phys. Rev. Lett., 2010. 105 (16): p. 166104. 42. Zhang, J.;Sheng, X. and Jiang, L., The Dewetting Properties of Lotus Leaves. Langmuir, 2008. 25 (3): p. 1371 1376. 43. Srinivasan, S.;Kleingartner, J.A.;Gilbert, J.B.;Cohen, R.E.;Milne, A.J.B. and McKinley, G.H., Sustainable Drag Reduction in Turbulent Taylor Couette Flows by Depositing Sprayable Superhydrophobic Surfaces. Phys. Rev. Lett., 2015. 114 (1): p. 014501. 44. Verho, T.;Bower, C.;Andrew, P.;Franssila, S.;Ikkala, O. and Ras, R.H.A., Mechanically Durable Superhydrophobic Surfaces. Adv. Mater., 2011. 23 (5): p. 673 678. 45. Shirtcliffe, N.J.;McHale, G. and I. Newton, M., The superhydrophobicity of polymer surfaces: Recent developments. J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys., 2011. 49 (17): p. 1203 1217.
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Page 18 of 28 Accepted Manuscript Figure Captions: Fig. 1 : FE-SEM images of coatings prepared with deposition times of (a) 10, (b) 100, (c) 300, and (d) 600 s. Fig. 2 : Laser microscope images of coatings prepared with deposition times of (a) 10, (b) 100, (c) 300, and (d) 600 s. Fig. 3 : (a) XPS broad-survey spectrum and high-resolution spectra of (b) Si2 p , (c) O1 s , (d) F1 s , and (e) C1 s of superhydrophobic T-3 coating. Fig. 4 : Water contact angles of coatings prepared with deposition times of (a) 10, (b) 100, (c) 300, and (d) 600 s (inset images show corresponding water contact angles). Fig. 5 : Optical photograph of spherical water drops on superhydrophobic T-3 coating. Fig. 6 : (a) Spread dust particles and (b) self-cleaned superhydrophobic T-3 coating. Fig. 7 : Water-jet-impact test on superhydrophobic T-3 coating. Fig. 8 : Plastron layer on superhydrophobic T-3 coating after immersion in water for (a) 8, (b) 16, and (c) 24 h.
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Page 19 of 28 Accepted Manuscript Fig. 1 : FE-SEM images of coatings prepared with deposition times of (a) 10, (b) 100, (c) 300, and (d) 600 s.
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Page 20 of 28 Accepted Manuscript Fig. 2 : Laser microscope images of coatings prepared with deposition times of (a) 10, (b) 100, (c) 300, and (d) 600 s.
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Page 21 of 28 Accepted Manuscript Fig. 3 : (a) XPS broad-survey spectrum and high-resolution spectra of (b) Si2 p , (c) O1 s , (d) F1 s , and (e) C1 s of superhydrophobic T-3 coating.
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