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Living on a surface: swarming and biofilm formation.
- N. Verstraeten, K. Braeken, +4 authors J. Michiels
- Biology, Medicine
- Trends in microbiology
- 1 October 2008
Swarming is the fastest known bacterial mode of surface translocation and enables the rapid colonization of a nutrient-rich environment and host tissues. This complex multicellular behavior requires… Expand
Exploiting particle shape in solid stabilized emulsions
Pickering–Ramsden emulsions and other forms of particle stabilized soft materials have received quite some attention recently because of the relative ease of formulation and the possibility to create… Expand
Influence of the anodizing temperature on the porosity and the mechanical properties of the porous anodic oxide film
Abstract The microhardness and fretting wear resistance of anodic oxide layers, produced on commercially pure aluminium by potentiostatic anodizing in sulphuric acid under conditions of controlled… Expand
Review of Electrocodeposition
Surface tension gradient control of bacterial swarming in colonies of Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Bacterial swarming is one of the most efficient methods by which bacteria colonize nutrient-rich environments and host tissues. Several mechanisms have been proposed to explain the phenomenon and the… Expand
Highly sensitive and selective glutamate microbiosensor based on cast polyurethane/AC-electrophoresis deposited multiwalled carbon nanotubes and then glutamate oxidase/electrosynthesized…
A highly sensitive and selective glutamate microbiosensor based on polypyrrole (PPy), multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) and glutamate oxidase (GluOx) deposited on the transducer platinum electrode… Expand
Direct visualization of yielding in model two-dimensional colloidal gels subjected to shear flow
Colloidal gels can undergo a solid to liquid transition, and the yielding and subsequent microstructural reorganizations are responsible for the complex rheological properties of these materials. In… Expand
Improved corrosion resistance through microstructural modifications induced by codepositing SiC-particles with electrolytic nickel
Abstract Micron and submicron-sized SiC-particles (5 and 0.3 μm respectively) were codeposited with nickel from a Watts electrolyte. The Ni–SiC composite coatings showed a better corrosion resistance… Expand
Self-assembly and rheology of ellipsoidal particles at interfaces.
- Basavaraj Madivala, J. Fransaer, J. Vermant
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and…
- 3 February 2009
Colloidal particles confined at liquid interfaces have important applications, for example in the stabilization of emulsions and foams. Also the self-assembly of particles at interfaces offers… Expand
Stability of sputter-deposited gold nanoparticles in imidazolium ionic liquids.
- Evert Vanecht, K. Binnemans, +4 authors J. Fransaer
- Medicine, Materials Science
- Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
- 28 March 2012
The stability of gold nanoparticles synthesised by sputter deposition has been studied in situ in 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium ionic liquids with bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide, tetrafluoroborate,… Expand