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Stable support of different anisotropic armored interfaces with various prticle sizes and bubble sizes.

(a) Ellipsoidal bubble obtained by fusing two spherical armored bubbles.

(b) Extremely high aspect-ratio gas bubbles such as these mm-length spherocylinders can be formed by several successive coalescence events.

(c) A membranelike solid created by partially evacuating an armored bubble that was originally spherical.

(d) One can even generate a permanent stable change in topology of an air bubble by introducing a hole to create a toroid.

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Authors: Anand Bala Subramaniam, Manouk Abkarian, L. Mahadevan, and Howard Stone.

Date: May 24, 2006

Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA.

Langmuir 2006, 22, 10204-10208. [1]

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