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Improving the hydrophilicity of metallic surfaces by nanosecond
pulsed laser surface modification
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The objective of this work was to investigate the surface wettability alteration of the titanium and 316L
grade stainless steel by nanosecond pulsed laser processing method. For this
purpose, various processing conditions were studied extensively. Different
analyses, including the study of the surface morphology, free energy, oxidation, and
roughness changes, were assessed in correlation with wettability. It is shown
that laser processing in air up to 1 J/cm2 laser fluences enhances
roughness which in turn promotes the hydrophilicity. The
shape and distribution of the created surface structures are also effective in this
regard. On the other hand, the surface free energy
as well as oxygen content also increases significantly on the laser-irradiated
to these results, it is more logic to conclude that all of these cooperative
chemical and physical changes are involved in increasing the surface wettability and causing it to be more
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