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H.CHO, B.PAKR, M.KIM, S.LEE and W.HWANG "A large-scale water-harvesting device with b- Al(OH)3 microcone arrays by simple hydrothermal synthesis" Journal of Materials Chemistry A , Vol 5 , 25328-25337 (2017.11) 
J.LEE and W.HWANG "Simple fabrication of superoleophobic titanium surfaces via hierarchical microhorn/nanoporous structure growth by chemical acid etching and anodization" Journal of Alloys and Compounds , Vol 728 , 966-970 (2017.09) 
J.CHOI and W. HWANG  "Fabrication of Hydrophobic, Nanoporous,Anodic Alumina by Adjusting Surface Morphology" Journal of The Electrochemical Society , Vol 164 , E91-E93 (2017.03) 
129. Y.Choi, T.Kim, J.Jeong, H.Yi, J.Park, W.Hwang and D.Cho,  “3D Cell Printing of Functional Skeletal Muscle Constructs Using Skeletal Muscle-Derived Bioink”, Advanced Healthcare Materials,   (2016.08.16) 
128. H.Cho, J.Jeong, W.Kim, D.Choi, S.Lee and W.Hwang,  “Conformable superoleophobic surfaces with multi-scale structures on polymer substrates”, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol. 4, 8272-8282, (2016.04.26) 
127. J. Lee and W.Hwang,  “Exploiting the silicon content of aluminum alloys to create a superhydrophobic surface using the sol-gel process”, Materials Letters, Vol. 168, 83-85 (2016.04.01) 
126. H. Cho, M. Kim, S. Lee and W.Hwang,  “Stable and conformable superhydrophilic surface fabricated via surface-initiated silicification on polyaniline nanofibers”, Applied Surface Science, Vol. 367, 432-437 (2016.03.30) 
125. B. Park and W. Hwang,  “A facile fabrication method for corrosion-resistant micro/nanostructures on stainless steel surfaces with tunable wettability”, Scripta Materialia, Vol. 113, 118-121 (2016.03.01) 
124. W. Kwak and W. Hwang,  “Facile method for preparing superoleophobic surfaces with hierarchical microcubic/nanowire structures”, Nanotechnology, Vol. 27, No. 5  (2016.02.05) 
123. C. Lee, S. Lyu, J. Park and W. Hwang,  “Lattice Boltzmann Simulation of the Movement of Droplets on Stripe-Patterned Surfaces having Different Wettability”, Advances in Engineering Software, Vol. 91, 44-50 (2016.01) 
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