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Finally, the very popular elastomer PDMS (poly (dimethyl siloxane)) that is used in soft lithography and nanobiotechnology applications, was also included in the investigations. Table 3. Static and dynamic contact angles (°) and surface energies of different materials. Chem. d. d. d. d. In the crosslinked gel many of the precursors’ properties are preserved and notably the very low surface energy of the PFPE P Patternable Bioomaterials; Elaastomers for Biomedical B Appplications 45 elastom mer is very beeneficial for itts applicationn in nano impprint lithograpphy, which will w be elaboraated in the folllowing.
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