Measurement of no slip and slip boundary conditions in confined Newtonian fluids using Atomic Force Microscopy
We report measurements of slip length at smooth and rough hydrophilic silica surfaces, using the hydrodynamic force measurement atomic force microscope (AFM). There has been some debate in the literature as to whether the boundary condition between a solid and a wetting fluid is one of no-slip or partial-slip; in particular the results of Neto et al. (C. Neto, V. S. J. Craig and D. R. M. Williams, Eur. Phys. J. E, 2003, 12, S71-S74) and of Honig and Ducker (C. D. F. Honig and W. A. Ducker,...[Show more]
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