Wetting Behavior of Silicone Oils on Solid Substrates Immersed

Wetting Behavior of Silicone Oils on Solid Substrates Immersed

  • wetting behavior of plasticizer oils on solid substrates

    Wetting Behavior of Plasticizer Oils on Solid Substrates

    A detailed investigation of the pH influence on the wetting behavior of silicone oil on the solid substrates is pursued where a clear correlation emerges between the changes of substrate-surface zeta potential (ζ) and the oil-wetting behavior on substrates immersed in aqueous solution.

  • wetting behavior of plasticizer oils on solid substrates

    Wetting Behavior of Plasticizer Oils on Solid Substrates

    A detailed investigation of the pH influence on the wetting behavior of silicone oil on the solid substrates is pursued where a clear correlation emerges between the changes of substrate-surface zeta potential (ζ) and the oil-wetting behavior on substrates immersed in aqueous solution.

  • aps -70th annual meeting of the aps division of fluid

    APS -70th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid

    Wetting behavior of solid substrates in three-phase systems containing two immiscible liquids are widely studied. There exist many three-phase systems in biological environments, such as droplet-based microfluidics or tamponade of silicone oil for eye surgery. However, few studies focus on wetting behavior of biological surfaces with cells.