By Yuehua Yuan, T. Randall Lee (auth.), Gianangelo Bracco, Bodil Holst (eds.)
The publication describes the experimental concepts hired to check surfaces and interfaces. The emphasis is at the experimental process. for that reason all chapters commence with an advent of the clinical challenge, the speculation essential to know how the strategy works and the way to appreciate the consequences. Descriptions of actual experimental setups, experimental effects at various platforms are given to teach either the power and the boundaries of the method. In a last half the recent advancements and attainable extensions of the options are provided. The integrated recommendations offer microscopic in addition to macroscopic info. They hide many of the suggestions utilized in floor science.
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The assumptions are  (directly from the original text): 1 Contact Angle and Wetting Properties 19 1. All approaches rely on the validity and applicability of Young’s equation for surface energetic from experimental contact angles. 2. Pure liquids are always used; surfactant solutions or mixtures of liquids should not be used, since they would introduce complications due to preferential adsorption. 3. g. there should be no physical/chemical reactions between the solid and the liquid. 4. The surface tensions of the test liquids should be higher than the anticipated solid surface tension.
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Surface Science Techniques by Yuehua Yuan, T. Randall Lee (auth.), Gianangelo Bracco, Bodil Holst (eds.)