Surface energy of the Titan aerosol analog "tholin": implications on cloud formation and aerosol-lake interactions

@inproceedings{Yu2020SurfaceEO,
  title={Surface energy of the Titan aerosol analog "tholin": implications on cloud formation and aerosol-lake interactions},
  author={Xinting Yu and Sarah M. Horst and Chao He and Patricia McGuiggan and Kai Kristiansen and Xi Zhang},
  year={2020}
}
The photochemical haze produced in the upper atmosphere of Titan plays a key role in various atmospheric and surface processes on Titan. The surface energy, one important physical properties of the haze, is crucial for understanding the growth of the haze particles and can be used to predict their wetting behavior with solid and liquid species on Titan. We produced Titan analog haze materials, so-called ”tholin”, with different energy sources and measured their surface energies through contact… Expand
Intermittent saltation drives Mars-like aeolian activity on Titan
Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, is characterized by gigantic linear dunes and an active dust cycle. Much like on Earth, these and other aeolian processes are caused by the wind-driven mobilizationExpand

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