Complex fluid-fluid interfaces: rheology and structure.

@article{Fuller2012ComplexFI,
  title={Complex fluid-fluid interfaces: rheology and structure.},
  author={Gerald G. Fuller and Jan Vermant},
  journal={Annual review of chemical and biomolecular engineering},
  year={2012},
  volume={3},
  pages={
          519-43
        }
}
Complex fluid-fluid interfaces are common to living systems, foods, personal products, and the environment. They occur wherever surface-active molecules and particles collect at fluid interfaces and render them nonlinear in their response to flow and deformation. When this occurs, the interfaces acquire a complex microstructure that must be interrogated. Interfacial rheological material properties must be measured to appreciate their role in such varied processes as lung function, cell division… CONTINUE READING

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