DYNAMIC EFFECTS OF SURFACTANTS IN THE SPREADING OF LIQUIDS ON SOLID SURFACES.
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Experiments are conducted to understand the interaction of extrinsic conditions (flow, geometry) with intrinsic material parameters (adsorption, diffusion) in dynamic wetting processes, when the liquid contains a soluble non-volatile surfactant. Concentrations depend strongly upon the solid geometry primarily because of differences in meniscus shapes, implying that extreme care is necessary when extrapolating results from one geometry to another.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers, National Meeting
Damania, Bhavesh S., and Arijit Bose. "DYNAMIC EFFECTS OF SURFACTANTS IN THE SPREADING OF LIQUIDS ON SOLID SURFACES.." American Institute of Chemical Engineers, National Meeting , (1985). https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/che_facpubs/528