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July 2, 2020

Water droplets on newly developed specialized condensation surface

The growth and coalescence of water droplets on a newly developed specialized condensation surface.

[Research supported by National Science Foundation grant CMMI 1751628.]

Learn more in the University of Illinois news story New understanding of condensation could lead to better power plant condenser, de-icing materials. (Date image taken: June 2018; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: July 2, 2020)

Credit: Hyeongyun Cha, UIUC

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