One surface energy does not fit all: Comparing hydrophobic and hydrophilic anti-soiling coating options

Anti-soiling surfaces provide improved light transmission, material protection, or aesthetics in a number of applications. Surface energy is the most commonly used property when describing anti-soiling coatings. Traditionally, hydrophobic (low surface energy with water contact angles above 90°) coat...

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