Transient evolution of shear-banding wormlike micellar solutions

@inproceedings{Miller2007TransientEO,
  title={Transient evolution of shear-banding wormlike micellar solutions},
  author={Erik G. Miller and Jonathan P. Rothstein},
  year={2007}
}
bstract A series of experiments were performed to further investigate the phenomenon of shear-banding in surfactant solutions. Many surfactant solutions, hrough their unique amphiphilic chemistry, form long wormlike micelle structures which behave like living polymers. These wormlike micelles ave interesting viscoelastic properties and have been the subject of a number of recent studies. These water-based surfactant systems are widely sed in many commercial and industrial applications; however… CONTINUE READING
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