By Kash L. Mittal, J. Drelich, Laskowski
This booklet chronicles the lawsuits of the overseas Symposium on obvious and Microscopic touch Angles, held together with the yankee Chemical Society assembly in Boston, August 24-27, 1998. The e-book is split into 4 elements: Nanoscopic and Molecular results on touch Angles; floor Forces and floor unfastened power; Wetting of Heterogeneous, tough and Curved Surfaces; Dynamic results involved perspective Measurements. one of the subject matters coated are: touch line stress dimension; liquid drop floor topography; molecular mechanisms of hydrophobic transitions; stereochemical and conformational facets of polymer surfaces; decision of acid-base houses of steel oxides and polymers by way of touch perspective dimension; van Oss--Good thought of acid-base floor unfastened energies; AFM dimension of forces; skinny liquid movies; wettability of flat and curved surfaces; touch perspective hysteresis; elements affecting touch perspective meassurements; dynamic wetting habit; and impression of surfactants on wetting.
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The microscopic and molecular aspects of the three-phase system can only be targeted after a careful selection of the system(s). As is usually recognized, both of the above equations, (1) and (2), apply to systems with solids that are homogeneous, isotropic, smooth, rigid, and composed of phases that are inert to each other. Also, all of the three phases in the system should remain in perfect mutual saturation and at an equilibrium state. In the ‘real world’, we often work with heterogeneous, rough, and deformable solids, which obviously differ from the perfect system.
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