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Technology - New superhydrophobic glass

 

A new type of durable, superhydrophobic, antireflective glass developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory is available for commercialization. The technology differs from comparable superhydrophobic materials in terms of its optical clarity and atomically bonded structure. Potential applications for the technology include building materials, windshields, goggles, glasses and optical lenses. ORNL’s Technology Transfer Office is accepting applications to license the technology through March 28.  More information about the technology is available at the FedBizOpps website.

 -  Morgan McCorkle,  (865) 574-7308,  March 06, 2014
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