Wetting at polymer surfaces and interfaces

@inproceedings{Geoghegana2002WettingAP,
  title={Wetting at polymer surfaces and interfaces},
  author={Mark Geoghegana and Georg Krauschb},
  year={2002}
}
  • Mark Geoghegana, Georg Krauschb
  • Published 2002
Experimental research on wetting in polymer films is a subject that is reaching maturity. We review progress from the past few years in research into the influence of a boundary in polymer blends, concentrating largely on the wetting transition, and the growth of wetting layers, where we pay particular attention to blends in which hydrodynamic flow plays a dominant role. A summary of work over the same period concerning the dewetting of polymer films is also included, along with a discussion of… CONTINUE READING

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