Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. Notify me. Description This book provides an updated overview on different topics related to the fundamentals and applications of drops and bubbles and to their interaction with a solid surface.
Not only theoretical and experimental contributions are covered, but also a wide range of fields with the common background of wetting and wettability, liquid-solid interfacial properties, spreading dynamics. An interesting peculiarity arises from considering several types of liquids: pure liquids, surfactant solutions, ionic liquids, liquid metals. Therefore, the book is useful both to readers willing to deepen their knowledge on specific topics as well as to those seeking a general overview on the subject. In addition, the book can be widely used for materials, physics and chemistry courses for undergraduates.
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