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5 Tips & Tricks When Taking Spectroscopic Ellipsometry and QCM-D Measurements

Combining QCM-D and spectroscopic ellipsometry in one measurement. This allows for data to be recorded simultaneously with both techniques on the same surface.

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How to measure dynamic contact angles on superhydrophobic surfaces

This video will explain two main methods for measuring dynamic contact angle.

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Vanishing interfacial tension measurement - a fast route to minimum miscibility pressure

As the exploration of new oil reservoirs is becoming less and less abundant, there is a need to be able to utilize the current oil reservoirs more efficiently.

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Durability of superhydrophobic surfaces – the biggest obstacle towards real life applications

Superhydrophobic surfaces were an instant hit in the scientific community when they were introduced over two decades ago

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How nanomaterials interact with the environment - Understanding nanoparticle - cell membrane interactions

How do nanomaterials interact with the environment? Current research uses model cell membranes to understand nanoparticle-cell membrane interaction.

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Lithium ion battery materials - powering the future

Electric storage to secure the supply of electricity is becoming more important as our energy sources continue to shift from fossil fuels to renewable energies.

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Advances in Wettability Analysis for Superhydrophobic Surfaces

The non-wetting surfaces have experienced an enormous boost of interest after the observation of superhydrophobicity and self-cleaning effect in natural lotus leaves.

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Complex fluid-fluid system can be characterized with interfacial rheology

Complex fluid-fluid interfaces arise whenever constituents (molecular and colloidal) residing within bulk phases become adsorbed and, in many cases, strongly interact.

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Evaluate the influence of surface roughness on wettability

While contact angle goniometry has been around for many years, we have recently developed a way to account for the underlying surface’s micro-scale roughness.

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