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Particles at fluids interfaces and membranes : attachment of colloid particles and proteins to interfaces and formation of two-dimensional arrays
Preface. Chapter 1. Planar Fluid Interfaces. Chapter 2. Interfaces of Moderate Curvature: Theory of Capillarity. Chapter 3. Surface Bending Moment and Curvature Elastic Moduli. Chapter 4. GeneralExpand
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Capillary interactions between particles bound to interfaces, liquid films and biomembranes.
This article is devoted to an overview, comparison and discussion of recent results (both theoretical and experimental) about lateral capillary forces. They appear when the contact of particles orExpand
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Capillary forces and structuring in layers of colloid particles
Abstract ‘Capillary forces’ are interactions between particles mediated by fluid interfaces. Recent advances in this field have been achieved by experiments and theory on lateral capillary forces,Expand
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Synergistic sphere-to-rod micelle transition in mixed solutions of sodium dodecyl sulfate and cocoamidopropyl betaine.
Static and dynamic light scattering experiments show that the mixed micelles of sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) and cocoamidopropyl betaine (CAPB) undergo a sphere-to-rod transition at unexpectedly lowExpand
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Flocculation and coalescence of micron-size emulsion droplets
Abstract We analyze the relative importance of droplet deformation, surfactant transfer and interfacial rheology for the properties and stability of emulsions. The appearance of deformationExpand
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Interactions between particles with an undulated contact line at a fluid interface: capillary multipoles of arbitrary order.
A colloidal particle adsorbed at a fluid interface could have an undulated, or irregular contact line in the presence of surface roughness and/or chemical inhomogeneity. The contact-line undulationsExpand
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The Hydration Repulsion between Charged Surfaces as an Interplay of Volume Exclusion and Dielectric Saturation Effects
Abstract We demonstrate that the hydration repulsion between smooth charged surfaces can be attributed to the interplay of two effects which are not taken into account in the conventional DLVOExpand
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Stability of emulsions under equilibrium and dynamic conditions
In the present article we analyse the influence of various factors, both thermodynamic and hydrodynamic, on the stability of emulsion systems. The effect of the droplet size on the droplet lifetimeExpand
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Effect of the precipitation of neutral-soap, acid-soap, and alkanoic acid crystallites on the bulk pH and surface tension of soap solutions.
The natural pH of sodium dodecanoate (laurate), NaL, and sodium tetradecanoate (myristate), NaMy, solutions is measured as a function of the surfactant concentrations at 25 degrees C, and at severalExpand
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