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Joanna Aizenberg et al. wrote a communication in response to an article Nikolaids et al. wrote in Nature in 2002. In the original paper, it was proposed that the attraction between micron-sized particls and an aqueous interface they are absorbed on is caused by a distortion of the liquid interface due to the dipolar electric field of the particles inducing capillary action.
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Revision as of 21:54, 3 December 2009

UNDER CONSTRUCTION -- Original Entry by Holly McIlwee, AP225 Fall 09

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Like charged particles at liquid interfaces, M. G. Nikolaides, A. R. Bausch, M. F. Hsu, A. D. Dinsmore, M. P. Brenner, C. Gay, D. A. Weitz. Brief Communications, Nature, 424, August, (2003).

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Joanna Aizenberg et al. wrote a communication in response to an article Nikolaids et al. wrote in Nature in 2002. In the original paper, it was proposed that the attraction between micron-sized particls and an aqueous interface they are absorbed on is caused by a distortion of the liquid interface due to the dipolar electric field of the particles inducing capillary action.

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