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Low-cost production technology for sophisticated microreactors by surface finishing technique using water

Researchers from Osaka University and Crystal Optics Inc., developed a manufacturing method for nano- and micro-scale structures. This technology has enabled the control of the wettability of a surface by combining advanced surface microstructure and functional surface films.
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