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Kim, Lee, Shum, and Weitz use solid particles in the place of surfactant molecules and qualitatively compare both methods of stabilizing emulsions.
 
Kim, Lee, Shum, and Weitz use solid particles in the place of surfactant molecules and qualitatively compare both methods of stabilizing emulsions.
  
The solid particles that the researchers fabricated look like two connected spheres of different radii.
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The solid particles that the researchers fabricated look like two connected spheres of different radii (see figure 1). The reason for
[[image: snowmanParticle.png|400px|thumb|left|Geometry of the fabricated particles. From figure 1 of [1].]]
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[[image: snowmanParticle.png|400px|thumb|left|Figure 1. Geometry of the fabricated particles. From figure 1 of [1].]]
  
 
<math>P_{packing}=\frac{\nu}{a_0l_c}</math>
 
<math>P_{packing}=\frac{\nu}{a_0l_c}</math>

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  • [1] Kim, J., Lee, D., Shum, H., & Weitz, D. Adv. Mater. 20, 3239-3243 (2008).

Summary

Kim, Lee, Shum, and Weitz use solid particles in the place of surfactant molecules and qualitatively compare both methods of stabilizing emulsions.

The solid particles that the researchers fabricated look like two connected spheres of different radii (see figure 1). The reason for

Figure 1. Geometry of the fabricated particles. From figure 1 of [1].

<math>P_{packing}=\frac{\nu}{a_0l_c}</math> -packing parameter tells you what shape micelles form and oil in water or water in oil structures -vary amphiphobicity and geometry

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