Receding contact angle is the lowest possible contact angle on a given surface. Receding angle is measured on previously wetted surface.
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Advancing contact angle is the highest possible contact angle measured on a previously unwetted solid surface.
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Roughness corrected contact angle, is an angle where the effect of surface roughness is taken away.
In QCM measurements, access to multiple harmonics is often needed. Here we explain when and why.
Instead, one can measure static contact angles, advancing and receding contact angles, and roughness corrected contact angles.
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