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Abhishek Dhyani
Abhishek Dhyani
The Dow Chemical Company
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Low–interfacial toughness materials for effective large-scale deicing
K Golovin, A Dhyani, MD Thouless, A Tuteja
Science 364 (6438), 371-375, 2019
2192019
Design and applications of surfaces that control the accretion of matter
A Dhyani, J Wang, AK Halvey, B Macdonald, G Mehta, A Tuteja
Science 373 (6552), 2021
412021
Design of surfaces for controlling hard and soft fouling
AK Halvey, B Macdonald, A Dhyani, A Tuteja
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 377 (2138), 20180266, 2018
312018
Rational Design of Transparent Nanowire Architectures with Tunable Geometries for Preventing Marine Fouling
J Wang, S Lee, AR Bielinski, KA Meyer, A Dhyani, AM Ortiz‐Ortiz, A Tuteja, ...
Advanced Materials Interfaces 7 (17), 2000672, 2020
152020
Rapid and Robust Surface Treatment for Simultaneous Solid and Liquid Repellency
AK Halvey, B Macdonald, K Golovin, M Boban, A Dhyani, DH Lee, ...
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2021
42021
Facilitating Large‐Scale Snow Shedding from In‐Field Solar Arrays using Icephobic Surfaces with Low‐Interfacial Toughness
A Dhyani, C Pike, JL Braid, E Whitney, L Burnham, A Tuteja
Advanced Materials Technologies 7 (5), 2101032, 2022
32022
Surface design strategies for mitigating ice and snow accretion
A Dhyani, W Choi, K Golovin, A Tuteja
Matter 5 (5), 1423-1454, 2022
22022
Durable Liquid-and Solid-Repellent Elastomeric Coatings Infused with Partially Crosslinked Lubricants
J Wang, B Wu, A Dhyani, T Repetto, AJ Gayle, TH Cho, NP Dasgupta, ...
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2022
12022
Surfaces with instant and persistent antimicrobial efficacy against bacteria and SARS-CoV-2
A Dhyani, T Repetto, D Bartikofsky, C Mirabelli, Z Gao, SA Snyder, ...
Matter, 2022
2022
ANTI-ICING SURFACES EXHIBITING LOW INTERFACIAL TOUGHNESS WITH ICE
A Tuteja, M Thouless, K Golovin, A Dhyani
US Patent App. 16/977,797, 2021
2021
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