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|Author(s):||Steven D. Hudson; J Cabral; Kathryn L. Beers; W Goodrum; Eric J. Amis;|
|Title:||Microfluidic interfacial tensiometry|
|Published:||August 17, 2005|
|Abstract:||A microfluidic approach to measure interfacial tension of immiscible fluids rapidly is reported. This method rests upon quantitative real-time analysis of two-phase flow and drop-shape dynamics. Drops of prescribed dimension and spacing are produced, accelerated, and deformed under extensional flow. These measurements compare well with existing published data and demonstrate a wide range of accessible interfacial tension e.g., from (2.5 to 60) mN/m.|
|Citation:||Applied Physics Letters|
|Pages:||pp. 081905-1 - 081905-3|
|Keywords:||drops,finite-size effects,immiscible fluids,interfacial tension,microfludics,surface tension|
|PDF version:||Click here to retrieve PDF version of paper (122KB)|