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Bajpai AK (1997) Interface behaviour of ionic polymers, Prog Polym Sci, 22(3), 523–564. 50. Fowkes FM (1963) Additivity of intermolecular forces at interfaces. I. Determination of the contribution to surface and interfacial tensions of dispersion forces in various liquids, J Phys Chem, 67(12), 2538–2541. © 2016 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 47 48 Lotus Leaf Effect: Micro- and Nanostructures 51. Huang X, Lim T-T (2006) Performance and mechanism of a hydrophobic– oleophilic kapok filter for oil/water separation, Desalination, 190(1–3), 295–307.

When temperature is below LCST, water penetrates through the mesh and is collected in the bottle, while the oil will be collected when temperature is higher than LCST. In addition, the BCP of PMMA-b-PNIPAAm-coated mesh gives good separation ability after 10 times oil/water separation. On the other hand, this kind of temperature controllable dual oil/water separation system can be easily fabricated by direct casting of the BCP of PMMA-b-PNIPAAm on industrial steel mesh. This work offers promising applications in oil/water separation, micro-/nanofluidic devices.

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