Interaction of Particles with Surfactant Thin Films: Implications for Dust Suppression
Understanding the interaction of particles with foams is important in antifoaming applications and dust suppression. In the former, the aim is for the particles to break the foam, whereas in the latter it is desirable that the stability of the foam is maintained or enhanced. The interaction of particles of different wettabilities with thin surfactant films is investigated with a Sheludko cell, enabling the thinning and rupture of the films to be studied in the presence and absence of a...[Show more]
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