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Three-Dimensional Compatible Sacrificial Nanoimprint Lithography for Tuning the Wettability of Thermoplastic Materials

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Three-Dimensional Compatible Sacrificial Nanoimprint Lithography for Tuning the Wettability of Thermoplastic Materials
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Hasan
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Molla
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University
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Shajahan
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University
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Gopinadhan
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Manesh
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Yale University
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Jittisa
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Yale University
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Aaron
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New Jersey Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology
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Cho
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Chloe
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New Jersey Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology
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Chopra
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Saransh
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New Jersey Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology
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Michael
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Jan
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Yale University
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Osuji
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Chinedum O.
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University of Pennsylvania
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Jonathan P.
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University
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2018
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We report the tuning of surface wetting through sacrificial nanoimprint lithography (SNIL). In this process, grown ZnO nanomaterials are transferred by imprint into a metallic glass (MG) and an elastomeric material, and then etched to impart controlled surface roughness. This process increases the hydrophilicity and hydrophobicity of both surfaces, the Pt57.5Cu14.7Ni5.3P22.5 MG and thermoplastic elastomer (TPE), respectively. The growth conditions of the ZnO change the characteristic length scale of the roughness, which in turn alters the properties of the patterned surface. The novelty of this approach includes reusability of templates and that it is able to create superhydrophilic and superhydrophobic surfaces in a manner compatible with the fabrication of macroscopic three-dimensional (3D) parts. Because the wettability is achieved by only modifying topography, without using any chemical surface modifiers, the prepared surfaces are relatively more durable.
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Superhydrophobicity
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Thermoplastic forming
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Copolymer
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Metallic glass
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2018
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Journal of Micro- and Nano-Manufacturing
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041003(1)-041003(8)
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6(4)
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https://dx.doi.org/10.1115/1.4041532
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National Science Foundation
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DMR1119826
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Office of Naval Research ONR YIP Award
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doi:10.7282/T3TM7FRN
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