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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
Droplets encapsulated multiple times in droplets of alternating kinds of fluids (oil, water) were emulsified in a highly controlled way. Glass microcapillary devices were used to guarantee monodispersity of higher order emulsions, at the expense of larger quantity formation.  
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Droplets encapsulated multiple times in droplets of alternating kinds of fluids (oil, water) were emulsified in a highly controlled way. Glass microcapillary devices were used to guarantee monodispersity of higher order emulsions, at the expense of large quantity formation.  
  
 
== Results and Discussion ==
 
== Results and Discussion ==
 
[[Image:Abate2009 1.png|600px|thumb|left|'''Fig. 1''']]
 
[[Image:Abate2009 1.png|600px|thumb|left|'''Fig. 1''']]
 
[[Image:Abate2009 2.png|500px|thumb|right|'''Fig. 2''']]
 
[[Image:Abate2009 2.png|500px|thumb|right|'''Fig. 2''']]

Revision as of 23:37, 19 September 2010

Birgit Hausmann
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Reference

A. R. Abate and D. A. Weitz "High-Order Multiple Emulsions Formed in Poly(dimethylsiloxane) Microfluidics" Small 5(18), 2030-2032 (2009)

Keywords

microfluidics, multiple emulsions, photoresponsive materials, sol–gel processes, wettability

Overview

Droplets encapsulated multiple times in droplets of alternating kinds of fluids (oil, water) were emulsified in a highly controlled way. Glass microcapillary devices were used to guarantee monodispersity of higher order emulsions, at the expense of large quantity formation.

Results and Discussion

Fig. 1
Fig. 2