Influence of different chemical modifications on the icephobic properties of superhydrophobic surfaces in a condensate environment

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Subjectadhesion; atmospheric humidity; chemical modification; coupling agents; drops; ice; surface properties; surface structure; anchoring effects; condensing condition; Leidenfrost phenomenon; sub-zero temperatures; super-hydrophobic surfaces; surface wettability; water contact angle; sater repellency; hydrophobicity
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