Interfacial shear rheology at the gas-liquid or liquid-liquid interface is relevant in a wide range of applications where foams and emulsions are used.
Learn about three simple ways that can help you get the most out of your QCM-D data collection.
Contact angle measurements offer a fast and sensitive way to evaluate the effectiveness of different cleaning processes.
With all the approaches successful CO2 storage is mainly related to fluid-fluid and fluid-rock interfacial interactions.
Read about how you can tell a QCM-D bulk shift from a response due to molecular adsorption.
The knowledge of surface tension, contact angle, and viscoelastic properties of emulsions, solutions, and foams have great importance in food science.
Learn more about Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation monitoring technology, QCM-D, from a user perspective.
Calendering, a common compaction process for Li-ion batteries, will significantly impact the pore structure and thus also the wettability of the electrode.