Paul S. Bauer

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I As a mechanism to explain the adaptation of physiological systems to the physical and chemical constraints placed upon them, certain theoretical physiologists have made the assertion that "physiology is essentially a problem in maxima and minima." This statement implies that a physiological process is such that certain associated physical or chemical(More)
Wetting phenomena in multi-phase systems govern the shape of the contact line which separates the different phases. For liquids in contact with solid surfaces wetting is typically described in terms of contact angle. While in macroscopic systems the contact angle can be determined experimentally, on the molecular scale contact angles are hardly accessible.(More)
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