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Roger Soler, Jordi Salabert, Rosa María Sebastián, Adelina Vallribera, Neus Roma, Susagna Ricart and Elies Molins
DOI: 10.1039/C0CC04695G, Communication
Artificial hydrophobic surfaces have a great potential in a wide range of industrial applications owing to their self-cleaning, anti-fogging and anti-biofouling properties. A family of polyfluorinated reactive azo dyes has been prepared and some of them easily modified and grafted on cotton fabric and glass surfaces obtaining new coloured hydrophobic materials.