Rice Adds Water Repulsion To Graphene De-Icer

A graphene-based de-icer developed by Rice University has been further modified to prevent icing by adding water-repelling superhydrophobic properties to passively prevent ice forming at temperatures above 7F. The de-icer, a thin coating of graphene nanoribbons in epoxy that is sprayed on, has shown...

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