Bubble and Drop Interfaces (Progress in Colloid and by Reinhard Miller, Libero Liggieri, Editors

By Reinhard Miller, Libero Liggieri, Editors

The ebook goals at describing crucial experimental tools for characterizing liquid interfaces, resembling drop profile research, bubble strain and drop quantity tensiometry, capillary strain procedure, and oscillating drops and bubbles. along with the main points of experimental set ups, additionally the underlying theoretical foundation is gifted intimately. moreover, a couple of purposes in accordance with drops and bubbles is mentioned, resembling emerging bubbles and the very advanced technique of flotation. additionally wetting, characterised through the dynamics of advancing touch angles is mentioned seriously. particular program like a double capillary association for unmarried drop manipulations, and the so-called fibre drop analyzer are awarded as first-class examples for using drops in interfacial technology.

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39 41 44 45 47 54 58 59 59 A. Introduction Dynamic surface tensions are extensively studied to gain properties of liquid adsorption layers [1]. The drop profile analysis tensiometry (PAT) is superior over other methods for the following advantages [2]: PAT is a contactless method and therefore has a higher accuracy as compared to contact methods, for example ring or plate tensiometry. PAT covers a very large range of surface formation times — from several seconds up to several hours and more, thus allowing to reach equilibrium states of adsorption layers.

39 41 44 45 47 54 58 59 59 A. Introduction Dynamic surface tensions are extensively studied to gain properties of liquid adsorption layers [1]. The drop profile analysis tensiometry (PAT) is superior over other methods for the following advantages [2]: PAT is a contactless method and therefore has a higher accuracy as compared to contact methods, for example ring or plate tensiometry. PAT covers a very large range of surface formation times — from several seconds up to several hours and more, thus allowing to reach equilibrium states of adsorption layers.

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