His study ties his expertise on Adhesion together with the subject of Composite material. Benjamin Hatton regularly links together related areas like Composite material in his Adhesion studies. His Surface modification research extends to Chemical engineering, which is thematically connected. His research on Surface modification frequently links to adjacent areas such as Chemical engineering. His research on Gaseous diffusion frequently links to adjacent areas such as Physical chemistry. Benjamin Hatton regularly links together related areas like Electrolyte in his Physical chemistry studies. Electrolyte and Electrochemistry are two areas of study in which Benjamin Hatton engages in interdisciplinary research. Benjamin Hatton undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Electrochemistry and Analytical Chemistry (journal) through his works. He regularly links together related areas like Chromatography in his Analytical Chemistry (journal) studies.
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Bioinspired self-repairing slippery surfaces with pressure-stable omniphobicity
Tak-Sing Wong;Sung Kang;Sindy K. Y. Tang;Elizabeth J. Smythe.
Design of ice-free nanostructured surfaces based on repulsion of impacting water droplets.
Lidiya Mishchenko;Benjamin Hatton;Vaibhav Bahadur;J. Ashley Taylor.
ACS Nano (2010)
A bioinspired omniphobic surface coating on medical devices prevents thrombosis and biofouling
Daniel Leslie;Anna Waterhouse;Julia B Berthet;Julia B Berthet;Julia B Berthet;Thomas M Valentin.
Nature Biotechnology (2014)
Assembly of large-area, highly ordered, crack-free inverse opal films
Benjamin Hatton;Lidiya Mishchenko;Stan Davis;Kenneth H. Sandhage.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2010)
Past, Present, and Future of Periodic Mesoporous OrganosilicasThe PMOs
Benjamin Hatton;Kai Landskron;Wesley Whitnall;Douglas Perovic.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2005)
Transparency and damage tolerance of patternable omniphobic lubricated surfaces based on inverse colloidal monolayers
Nicolas Vogel;Rebecca A. Belisle;Benjamin Hatton;Tak Sing Wong;Tak Sing Wong.
Nature Communications (2013)
Materials chemistry for low-k materials
Benjamin D. Hatton;Kai Landskron;William J. Hunks;Mark R. Bennett.
Materials Today (2006)
Periodic mesoporous organosilicas containing interconnected [Si(CH2)]3 rings.
Kai Landskron;Benjamin D. Hatton;Doug D. Perovic;Geoffrey A. Ozin.
Liquid-Infused Silicone As a Biofouling-Free Medical Material
Noah MacCallum;Caitlin Howell;Philseok Kim;Derek Sun.
ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering (2015)
Encoding Complex Wettability Patterns in Chemically Functionalized 3D Photonic Crystals
Ian B. Burgess;Lidiya Mishchenko;Benjamin D. Hatton;Mathias Kolle.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
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