Shear-Induced Gelation and Fracture in Micellar Solutions.

@article{Liu1996ShearInducedGA,
  title={Shear-Induced Gelation and Fracture in Micellar Solutions.},
  author={W Liu and J Pine},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={1996},
  volume={77 10},
  pages={2121-2124}
}
hear A wide variety of surfactant molecules self-assem in solution to form very long flexible micelles. Whil great progress has been made in understanding the behavior of such systems [1], there exists a large c of wormlike micellar solutions which exhibit anomalou behavior, namely, a dramatic increase in viscosity ab a critical shear rate and a concomitant decrease the turbulent drag. It has been suggested that th phenomena are associated with aggregation of mice induced by the shear flow [2–4… CONTINUE READING
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