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[[Image:KwonDropDiagram1.jpg|thumb|right|500px|alt=Kwon Drop Diagram.|Diagrams of the liquid drop between the substrate and the elastic surface, with photographs from experiment.  In case (a), the glass sheet is relatively stiff due to its large height (1.85 mm) above the parafilm substrate.  In case (b), the sheet acts more elastically because its left end is only 0.28 mm above the substrate, and as a result its right end is in contact with the substrate.]]
  
  

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[Under construction -- Nick Schade]

Kwon Drop Diagram.
Diagrams of the liquid drop between the substrate and the elastic surface, with photographs from experiment. In case (a), the glass sheet is relatively stiff due to its large height (1.85 mm) above the parafilm substrate. In case (b), the sheet acts more elastically because its left end is only 0.28 mm above the substrate, and as a result its right end is in contact with the substrate.


General Information

Keywords: surface force,

Authors: Hyuk-Min Kwon, Ho-Young Kim, Jerome Puell, and L. Mahadevan.

Date: May 7, 2008.

School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul 151-744, Republic of Korea

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138, USA

Journal of Applied Physics 103, 093519 (2008). [1]

Summary

Connection to soft matter