Electro-osmosis at surfactant-laden liquid-gas interfaces: beyond standard models.

@article{BarbosaDeLima2017ElectroosmosisAS,
  title={Electro-osmosis at surfactant-laden liquid-gas interfaces: beyond standard models.},
  author={Alexia Barbosa De Lima and Laurent Joly},
  journal={Soft matter},
  year={2017},
  volume={13 18},
  pages={
          3341-3351
        }
}
Electro-osmosis (EO) is a powerful tool to manipulate liquids in micro and nanofluidic systems. While EO has been studied extensively at liquid-solid interfaces, the case of liquid-vapor interfaces, found e.g. in foam films and bubbles, remains to be explored. Here we perform molecular dynamics (MD) simulations of EO in a film of aqueous electrolyte covered with fluid layers of ionic surfactants and surrounded by gas. Following the experimental procedure, we compute the zeta potential from the… 
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