Droplets of dew on a flower show that the petal surface is superhydrophobic, making the water bead up, and at the same time adhesive, keeping the droplet from rolling off.

Droplets of dew on a flower show that the petal surface is superhydrophobic, making the water bead up, and at the same time adhesive, keeping the droplet from rolling off.

By Danielle Metzner and Alexandra Banks for Spring 2014 Team Third.
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Droplets of dew on a flower show that the petal surface is superhydrophobic, making the water bead up, and at the same time adhesive, keeping the droplet from rolling off.

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