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Hongzhi Wang, Virendra Singh, and Sven Holger Behrens investigate an electrostatic barrier that prevents charged colloid from adsorbing to an oil-water interface, when approaching from the water side. Hamaker theory is explicitly used to calculate the magnitude of this barrier (see the letter's online supplementary material).
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Hongzhi Wang, Virendra Singh, and Sven Holger Behrens investigate an electrostatic barrier that prevents a charged colloid from adsorbing to an oil-water interface, when approaching from the water side. Hamaker theory is explicitly used to calculate the magnitude of this barrier (see the letter's online supplementary material).
  
  

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Image Charge Effects on the Formation of Pickering Emulsions

Hongzhi Wang, Virendra Singh, and Sven Holger Behrens investigate an electrostatic barrier that prevents a charged colloid from adsorbing to an oil-water interface, when approaching from the water side. Hamaker theory is explicitly used to calculate the magnitude of this barrier (see the letter's online supplementary material).


See also:

Hamaker theory in Intermolecular and interparticle forces in Surface Forces from Lectures for AP225.


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Image Charge Effects on the Formation of Pickering Emulsions