An equation for predicting the conductivity of dispersions. See Table 19.
See Differential Interference Contrast Microscopy.
See Labofina Test.
Indian-born American chemical and colloid and interface engineer. Known for work in particle science and technology, emulsions, foams, and thin films. Long-time editor of the Journal of Colloid and Interface Science.
An equation describing the extent of displacement of one fluid by another in a capillary tube or cylindrical pore in a porous medium. If h is the depth of penetration of invading fluid and dh/dt is the rate of penetration, then dh/dt = γr cos θ/(4 ηh), where γ is the interfacial tension, r is the capillary radius, θ is the contact angle, and η is the viscosity of the invading fluid. It is used in the evaluation of porosimetry data and can be used to provide information about contact angles, capillary radii, and pore radii, depending on the experiments conducted.
See Suspended Load.
(WDXS) See Energy-Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy.
Water/air/water interface. See Anti-Bubbles.
Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy. See Energy-Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy.
See Smart Textiles.
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