Howard Stone

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Copies of publications.

On the faculty of Princeton University starting Fall 2009.

233. Imbibition in geometries with axial variations. Mathilde Reyssat, Laurent Courbin, Etienne Reyssat, Howard A. Stone, J. Fluid Mech. vol. 615, 335–344, 2008.

234. Controllable Microfluidic Production of Microbubbles in Water-in-Oil Emulsions and the Formation of Porous Microparticles. Adv. Mater. 20, 3314–3318, 2008, Jiandi Wan, Alexander Bick, Matthew Sullivan, and Howard A. Stone

235. Energy absorption in a bamboo foam A. Le Goff, L. Courbin, H. A. Stone and D. Qu´er´e, EPL, 84 36001, p1-p5, 2008.

236. Short-Time Dynamics of Partial Wetting.James C. Bird, Shreyas Mandre, and Howard A. Stone, PRL, 100, 234501, 2008.

237. Motion of large bubbles in curved channels. Metin Muradoglu, and Howard A. Stone, J. Fluid Mech., vol. 570, 455–466, 2007.

238. Interfacial Polygonal Nanopatterning of Stable Microbubbles. Emilie Dressaire, Rodney Bee, David C. Bell, Alex Lips, Howard A. Stone, Science, vol. 320, 1198 (2008)

239. On the thickness of soap films: an alternative to Frankel’s law. Ernst A. Van Nierop, Benoit Scheid, Howard A. Stone, J. Fluid Mech., 2008, vol. 602, 119–127.

240. Electrohydrodynamic size stratification and flow separation of giant vesicles. S. Lecuyer, W. D. Ristenpart, O. Vincent, and H. A. Stone, Appl. Phys. Lett., 92, 104105, 2008

241. Influence of Substrate Conductivity on Circulation Reversal in Evaporating Drops W. D. Ristenpart, P. G. Kim, C. Domingues, J. Wan, and H. A. Stone, PRL 99, 234502, 2007

242. Dissolution Arrest and Stability of Particle-Covered Bubbles Manouk Abkarian, Anand Bala Subramaniam, Shin-Hyun Kim, Ryan J. Larsen, Seung Man Yang, and Howard A. Stone, PRL 99, 188301, 2007

243. Imbibition by polygonal spreading on microdecorated surfaces Laurent Coiurbin, Etinenne Denieul, Emilie Dressaire, Marcus Roper, Armand AjdariI, Howard A. Stone, Nature Materials, vol. 6, 661-664, 2007

244. Single-particle Brownian dynamics for characterizing the rheology of fluid Langmuir monolayers M. Sickert, F. Rondelez and H. A. Stone, EPL, 79, 66005-66005, 2007.

245. Reactive spreading and recoil of oil on water Ernst A. van Nierop, Armand Ajdari, Howard A. Stone, Phys. Fluids, 18, 038105, 2006

246. Impact, puncturing, and the self-healing of soap films Laurent Courbin and Howard A. Stone, Phys. Fluids, 18, 091105, 2006

247. On the dynamics of magnetically driven elastic filaments Marcus Roper, Re´mi Dreyfus, Jean Baudry, M. Fermigier, J. Bibette, H. A. Stone, J. Fluid Mech, vol. 554, pp. 167–190, 2006.

248. Microstructure, Morphology, and Lifetime of Armored Bubbles Exposed to Surfactants Anand Bala Subramaniam, Cecile Mejean, Manouk Abkarian, and Howard A. Stone, Langmuir, Published on Web 04/05/2006

249. Non-spherical bubbles Anand Bala Subramaniam, Manouk Abkarian, L. Mahadevan, Howard A. Stone, Nature, Vol 438, 930, 15 December 2005

250. Microscopic artificial swimmers Re´mi Dreyfus, Jean Baudry, Marcus L. Roper, Marc Fermigier, Howard A. Stone & Je´roˆme Bibette, Nature, Vol 437, 862-865, |6 October 2005

251. Mechanism for Flow-Rate Controlled Breakup in Confined Geometries:A Route to Monodisperse Emulsions Piotr Garstecki, Howard A. Stone, and George M. Whitesides, PRL 94, 164501, 2005

252. Controlled assembly of jammed colloidal shells on fluid droplets Anand Bala Subramaniam, Manouk Abkarian, and Howard A. Stone, Nature of materials, Published online: 5 June 2005

253. Formation of monodisperse bubbles in a microfluidic flow-focusing device Shelley Anna, Nathalie Bontoux, Howard A. Stone, Appl. Phys. Lett., 85, (13), 2004

254. Characteristic lengths at moving contact lines for a perfectly wetting fluid: the influence of speed on the dynamic contact angle Jens Eggers and Howard A. Stone, J. Fluid Mech., 2004, vol. 505, pp. 309–321.

255. Geometrically Mediated Breakup of Drops in Microfluidic Devices D. R. Link, S. L. Anna, D.A.Weitz, and H. A. Stone, PRL, vol. 92, (5), 2004

256. Three-dimensional lubrication model of a contact line corner singularity L. Limat1and H. A. Stone, Europhys. Lett., 65 (3), pp. 365–371 (2004)

257. Liquid Flow through Aqueous Foams: The Node-Dominated Foam Drainage Equation Stephan A. Koehler, Sascha Hilgenfeldt, and Howard A. Stone, PRL, 82(21), 4232-4235, 1999

258. Surface Morphology of Drying Latex Films: Multiple Ring Formation Leonid Shmuylovich, Amy Q. Shen, and Howard A. Stone, Langmuir, vol. 18, 3441-3445, 2002

259. Formation of dispersions using ‘‘flow focusing’’ in microchannels Shelley L. Anna, Nathalie Bontoux, and Howard A. Stone, Appl. Phys. Lett., Vol. 82, No. 3, 2003

260. On lubrication flows in geometries with zero local curvature. H.A. Stone, Chem. Eng. Sci. 60, 4838-4845, 2005

261. Controlled Assembly of Jammed Colloidal Shells on Fluid Droplets. A. Bala Subramaniam, M. Abkarian and H.A. Stone , Nature Matls. 4, 553-556. 2005

262. Mixing in a drop moving through a serpentine channel: A computational study. M. Muradoglu and H.A. Stone, Phys. Fluids 17, 073305-1-9, 2005

263. Stability of a flat gas-liquid interface containing non-identical spheres to transport of gas: Toward an explanation of particle stabilization of gas bubbles. R.S. Subramanian, R. Larsen and H.A. Stone, Langmuir 21, 4526-4531, 2005

264. Monodisperse double emulsions generated with a microcapillary device. A.S. Utada, E. Lorenceau, D.R. Link, P. Kaplan, H.A. Stone and D.A. Weitz , Science 308, 537-541, 2005.

265. Grooving of a grain boundary by evaporation-condensation processes: Surface evolution below the roughening transition. H.A. Stone, M. Aziz and D. Margetis, J. Appl. Phys. 97, 113535-1-6, 2005

266. Mechanism for flow-rate controlled breakup in confined geometries: A route to monodisperse emulsions. P. Garstecki, H.A. Stone and G.M. Whitesides , Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 164501-1-4, 2005

267. Engineering flows in small devices: Microfluidics towards a lab-on-a-chip. H.A. Stone, A.D. Stroock and A. Ajdari , Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 36, 381-411, 2004

268. The role of feedback in microfluidic flow-focusing devices. M.T. Sullivan and H.A. Stone, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A (2008) 366, 2131-2143, 2008

269. Non-coalescence of oppositely charged drops. W. D. Ristenpart, J. C. Bird, A. Belmonte, F. Dollar and H. A. Stone, Nature 461, 377 (2009)