2011 journal article

Gibbs Free Energy of Liquid Drops on Conical Fibers

LANGMUIR, 27(19), 11867–11872.

By: S. Michielsen n, J. Zhang n, J. Du n & H. Lee n

Contributors: S. Michielsen n, J. Zhang n, J. Du n & H. Lee n

MeSH headings : Alkanes / chemistry; Glass / chemistry; Surface Properties; Thermodynamics; Water / chemistry
TL;DR: The final location of a drop on a conical fiber can be predicted on the basis of the geometry and surface energy of the cone, the surface tension and volume of the liquid, and the original location where the drop was deposited. (via Semantic Scholar)
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