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      Fabrication of a superhydrophobic surface by straightforward immersion for copperplate artwork protection

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          With the background of contemporary art, using comprehensive materials to create artworks is becoming more and more common. The new era of digital image-based copperplate artworks, using photosensitive lithography, has given traditional art forms new life and greater popularity in the digital age. However, the patterns and textures of the works created by the new techniques are generally shallow, and the copper surface is easily damaged and loses its aesthetic value, which makes it a practical problem to protect such works more effectively. In this paper, a facile method is adopted, wherein a superhydrophobic film is constructed on the surface of copperplate images by straightforward immersion in (heptadecafluoro-1,1,2,2-tetradecyl)trimethoxysilane (FAS-17) solution to achieve the anticorrosive protection of copperplate artworks. The hydrophobicity of the copper surface was analyzed using an instrument that measures contact angles. The superhydrophobic surface morphology and composition were analyzed with a scanning electron microscope coupled with an energy-dispersive spectrometer, and the corrosion resistance was analyzed using an electrochemical workstation. A systematic study is presented on the effect of the immersion time in FAS-17 and the concentration of FAS-17, and the optimal preparation conditions of the superhydrophobic film were determined, which means that the copper substrates were immersed in 0.7 mol L −1 FAS-17 for 40 min. After the treatment of the surface to make it superhydrophobic, the contact angle and the corrosion inhibition efficiency of the copperplate etching surface reached 161.2° and 95.7%, respectively. The results show that the superhydrophobic film was successfully prepared on the surface of the artwork based on copper, which can effectively improve the corrosion resistance and is beneficial for the long-term protection of artwork.

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          A facile method was proposed which used for the construction of a superhydrophobic film on the surface of copperplate images by straightforward immersion in trimethoxysilane solution to achieve anticorrosive protection of copperplate artworks.

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              Superhydrophobic surfaces for applications in seawater.

              Technological fields in which seawater is implied are numerorus, working in seawater (shipping, oil industry, marine aquaculture,..), and exploiting seawater in plants (cooling heat-exchange, desalination, power plants,..). All suffer from detrimental effects induced by biofouling mainly enhancing material failures and limiting energetic efficiencies. Among the remediation solutions, technologies coniugating economical, green and efficiency criteria should represent the direction. With the aim to meet these criteria, superhydrophobic (SH) technology attracted many researches for the protection of materials operating in contact with seawater.
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                Journal
                RSC Adv
                RSC Adv
                RA
                RSCACL
                RSC Advances
                The Royal Society of Chemistry
                2046-2069
                29 September 2021
                27 September 2021
                29 September 2021
                : 11
                : 51
                : 32038-32046
                Affiliations
                [a] Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts, Shanghai University Shanghai 200444 China
                [b] State Environmental Protection Key Laboratory of Environmental Risk Assessment and Control on Chemical Process, East China University of Science and Technology Shanghai 200237 China wendy0101@ 123456126.com
                Author information
                https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1610-3974
                https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8865-3801
                Article
                d0ra08233c
                10.1039/d0ra08233c
                9042051
                9512e08d-8236-4bb9-85ea-f481a6078e4c
                This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry
                History
                : 2 October 2020
                : 9 September 2021
                Page count
                Pages: 9
                Categories
                Chemistry
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