Phase Transitions of Capillary-held Liquids in a Slit-like Pore
Dynamics of capillary held liquids plays important roles in a wide range of systems including adhesion, printing of paints and inks, the behavior of wet granular materials, and the mass transfer through porous media. Recent study suggested the presence of two distinct modes for the disappearance of capillary-held liquids in a slit-like pore of adjustable slit width that depended on the slit-opening rates. In contrast to the first mode that is well-documented in terms of the Young-Laplace...[Show more]
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