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August 5th, 2004

Lotus effect helps light move water

Abstract:
With the aid of a nanowire-coated surface, researchers at Arizona State University, US, have become the first to move water droplets simply by illuminating them with ultraviolet light. The technique could have applications in microfluidic devices.

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