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  1. AFM tips
  2. AOT, sodium bis(2-ethylhexyl)sulfosuccinate
  3. APPHY 226 in the spring of 2011
  4. A New Determination of Molecular Dimensions
  5. Acic-base interactions, to create charged surfaces in oils
  6. Adsorbents
  7. Adsorption, Cryosorption Pumping
  8. Adsorption, Culinary applications
  9. Adsorption, Gibbs' adsorption isotherm
  10. Adsorption, Thermodynamics
  11. Adsorption, Virial infection
  12. Adsorption, air/oil interface
  13. Adsorption, air/water interface
  14. Adsorption, on bubbles
  15. Adsorption, on solids from oil
  16. Adsorption, on solids from water
  17. Adsorption, rates on solids
  18. Adsorption - of polymers
  19. Adsorption Kinetics in Micellar Solutions of Nonionic Surfactants
  20. Adsorption and desorption, of water using zeolites
  21. Adsorption and foaming
  22. Adsorption at interfaces
  23. Adsorption from solution
  24. Aggregation, Example with Cheese making
  25. Aluminum Foam
  26. Alveoi
  27. Amphipathic
  28. Antifoams
  29. Application: Biofilms
  30. Association structures
  31. Atatic polymers
  32. Average velocity
  33. Ballistic time scales
  34. Bancroft's rule
  35. Beer foams
  36. Bibliography for Viscosity, elasticity, and viscoelasticity
  37. Bibliography for surfactants
  38. Bimodal curves
  39. Biogenic monolayers, lung surfactant
  40. Biological cells, Characteristic scales
  41. Biosurfactants
  42. Blob model
  43. Blood clotting
  44. Bob and cup
  45. Body armor
  46. Breaking emulsions
  47. Brownian motion at liquid/liquid interfaces
  48. Bryan Weinstein
  49. Bubble Behavior in Various Beverages
  50. Bubble formation
  51. Bubble rise
  52. Bubbles, rate of rise
  53. C* - Polymer overlap concentration
  54. CVP (Colloid Vibration Potential)
  55. Caffeine
  56. Cake batter
  57. Camouflage in cephalopods
  58. Capillarity - Meniscus against a wall
  59. Capillarity - Meniscus wetting
  60. Capillarity - examples
  61. Capillarity and the phase diagram
  62. Capillarity and wet
  63. Capillarity and wetting - Extended reading
  64. Capillary action
  65. Capillary adhesion
  66. Capillary bridges
  67. Capillary flow
  68. Capillary flow - forced flow
  69. Capillary length - Applications
  70. Capillary length - Self-assembly
  71. Capillary osmosis
  72. Capillary viscosimeter
  73. Casimir effect
  74. Cassie model
  75. Cationic Liposome-DNA Complexes: From Liquid Crystal Science to Gene Delivery Applications.
  76. Ccc, Critical coagulation concentration
  77. Cell membranes, elasticity
  78. Cells, Characteristic scales
  79. Cephalopods
  80. Charge-charge energies
  81. Charge-dipole energies
  82. Charge-induced dipole energies
  83. Charge-quadrupole energies
  84. Charged interfaces, Diagrams
  85. Charged interfaces, Extended reading
  86. Charged interfaces, quote
  87. Charged particles, smokers's smoke
  88. Charged particles in oil, creation of charge
  89. Charged surfaces, isolated
  90. Charges, volts, fields- examples
  91. Charges and electric fields
  92. Charges in nonaqueous micelles
  93. Charges on a polymer chain
  94. Charging of surfaces, acids produce negative surfaces
  95. Charging of surfaces, adsorption of ionic surfactants
  96. Charging of surfaces, bases produce positive surfaces
  97. Charging of surfaces, preferential adsorption
  98. Charging of surfaces, preferential desorption
  99. Cheese making
  100. Chemical model of forced wetting
  101. Chip Fabrication
  102. Chiral nematic (Cholesteric) liquid crystals
  103. Chiral smectic (Smectic C) liquid crystals
  104. Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Shear Response
  105. Chung Jong Yu
  106. Close packing phases
  107. Coexisting compositions
  108. Coffee, decafinated
  109. Colloid vibration current
  110. Colloid vibration potential (CVP)
  111. Colloidal Photonic Crystals
  112. Colloidal deposition
  113. Colloidal electrolytes
  114. Colloidal stability, six types
  115. Colloigative properties, micelles
  116. Columnar liquid crystals
  117. Common polymers
  118. Complex fluids
  119. Compressible liquid
  120. Cone and plate rheometer
  121. Contact angle, the thermodynamics of Young
  122. Contact angle - Critcial surface tension
  123. Contact angle - Zisman's rule
  124. Contact angle hysteresis
  125. Contact angle hysteresis - Surface heterogeneity
  126. Contact angle hysteresis - Wenzel equation
  127. Contact angles - Cassie model
  128. Contact angles - Decompression Sickness
  129. Contact angles - Wenzel equation
  130. Contact angles - initial and final
  131. Contact angles - modified surfaces
  132. Contact electrifiation
  133. Contact potentials and the voltage of Galvanic cells
  134. Contacts, Wet and dry, the Voltaic pile
  135. Copolymers
  136. Correlation lengths and blobs
  137. Couette viscometer
  138. Critcial surface tension
  139. Critical coagulation concentration (ccc)
  140. Critical packing shapes, liquid crystals
  141. Critical pressure
  142. Critical temperature
  143. Critical temperature, van der Waals'
  144. Cryosorption Pumping
  145. Culinary applications
  146. Culinary applications - gelatin
  147. D3o
  148. DLVO theory, Example calculations
  149. DLVO theory, sum of attraction and repulsion
  150. DeGennes model - polymer melts
  151. De Gennes, Pierre-Gilles
  152. De Gennes, liquid crystals
  153. Deborah number
  154. Debye-Huckel-Onsager theory, Osmotic coeffient
  155. Decafinated coffee
  156. Decompression Sickness
  157. Degradation of polymers
  158. Depletion attraction, crowded cellular environments
  159. Depletion attraction, polymer destabilization
  160. Depletion attraction, protein-protein assembly
  161. Depletion attraction, thermodynamics
  162. Derjaguin, On molecular and particulate forces
  163. Derjaguin, on the importance of thin films
  164. Diffuse double layers
  165. Diffusion - In the semidilute regime
  166. Diffusion processes
  167. Diffusion processes - three type of polymer diffusion
  168. Diffusional time scales
  169. Diffusiphoresis
  170. Digital Microfluidics with Electrowetting
  171. Dilatant flow
  172. Dilatant flow, example
  173. Dipole-dipole energies
  174. Dipole-induced dipole energies
  175. Disjoining pressure - Electrical component
  176. Disjoining pressure - Meniscus shape
  177. Disjoining pressure - capillarity
  178. Disjoining pressure - non-uniform films
  179. Disjoining pressure - surface tension
  180. Dispersion energies
  181. Dispersion forces, retardation, Casimir and Polder
  182. Dispersion forces between molecules
  183. Distance dependence
  184. Double Emulsions Using A Microcapillary Device
  185. Double Emulsions as Templates for Vesicles
  186. Dropping mercury electrodes
  187. Drops - Description of menisci
  188. Drops - Dynamic surface effects
  189. Drops - Floating on liquids
  190. Drops - Hanging drops
  191. Drops - Large floating drops
  192. Drops - Profile of a large drop
  193. Drops - Small floating drops
  194. Drops - Thickness of a large drop
  195. Drops - Throbbing oil drops
  196. Drops on a fiber
  197. Dry contacts
  198. Dynamics of the triple line
  199. ESA (Electrokinetic sonic amplitude)
  200. Effect of temperature on viscoelastic behavior
  201. Effects of contanct angle- Jamin effect
  202. Elastic energy
  203. Elasticity, example in running shoes
  204. Elasticity of cell membranes
  205. Electric-filed-induced capillary attraction between like-charges partciles at liquid interfaces
  206. Electric emulsification
  207. Electric fields and charges
  208. Electric fields and voltages
  209. Electrical charges in insulators, lightning
  210. Electrical conductivity in oil
  211. Electrical double layers, non-polar solvents
  212. Electrical double layers, polar solvents
  213. Electrical double layers in oil
  214. Electro-osmosis
  215. Electroacoustic measurements
  216. Electrochemical cell, the wet contact
  217. Electrocratic displays
  218. Electrokinetic sonic amplitude (ESA)
  219. Electrolytes in oil
  220. Electrolytes in oil, charge micelles
  221. Electrophoresis and electro-osmosis
  222. Electrophroesis
  223. Electrospinning polymers
  224. Electrostatic and induction energies
  225. Electrostatic energies
  226. Electrostatic repulsion, overlap of double layers
  227. Electrostatic stability, linear model
  228. Electrostatic stability - Constant charge
  229. Electrostatic stability - Constant potential
  230. Electrostatic stabilization, Effect of particle size
  231. Electrostatic stabilization, ion effects
  232. Electrostatic stabilization, non-polar solvents
  233. Electrostatic stabilization, phase diagram
  234. Electrostatic stabilization, polar solvents
  235. Electrostatics, defined
  236. Electrostatics in oil processing
  237. Electrosteric stabilization, Example
  238. Emulsifiers
  239. Emulsion breaking
  240. Emulsion coalescence
  241. Emulsion creaming
  242. Emulsion flocculation
  243. Emulsion inversion
  244. Emulsion polymerization
  245. Emulsion preparation
  246. Emulsion processes
  247. Emulsion ripening
  248. Emulsion sedimentation
  249. Emulsion stability
  250. Emulsion types
  251. Emulsions, Extended reading
  252. Emulsions from microfluidics
  253. Emulsions in Personal Care products and Pharmaceuticals
  254. Emulsions in medicine
  255. Energies - Common examples
  256. Energy - Intermolecular
  257. Enthalpies of interactions
  258. Enthalpy of mixing
  259. Entrophy of mixing
  260. Equation of state, one component
  261. Equation of state, van der Waals'
  262. Equilibrium state
  263. Equivalent conductivity
  264. Eutectic point
  265. Extended Reading for Viscosity, elasticity, and viscoelasticity
  266. FRUSTRATED SYSTEMS AND SOFT MATTER
  267. Face-centered cubic close packing
  268. Falling ball and rising bubble viscosimeters
  269. Famous Korean Women Physicists
  270. Fields, volts, charges - examples
  271. Fire Retardant Polymers
  272. Fire fighting foam
  273. Flocculated suspensions
  274. Flory 'Chi' parameter
  275. Flory theory - fractal dimensions
  276. Flory theory of self-avoidance
  277. Flotation
  278. Flow at low Reynolds number
  279. Flow in a capillary
  280. Flow of thin films - Oscillation modes
  281. Flow on a rotating disc
  282. Flow on inclinded plane
  283. Flow on inclinded plane - Example of instability
  284. Flow properties from molecular energies
  285. Foam, equation of state
  286. Foam - Equation of state
  287. Foam exploration
  288. Foam film measurements
  289. Foam for engineering
  290. Foam from bubbles
  291. Foam geometry
  292. Foam stability
  293. Foams, Extended reading
  294. Foams, dry ice and soap
  295. Foams - Plateau's Laws
  296. Foams - Polyurethane
  297. Foams and antifoams
  298. Foams and the phase diagram
  299. Food
  300. Food emulsions
  301. Food science and technology
  302. Forced Wetting - mechanical model
  303. Forced wetting
  304. Forces
  305. Forces, Charge fluctuations
  306. Forces, Dispersion
  307. Forces, Short and long range
  308. Forces, Steric (entropic) repulsion
  309. Forces - Intermolecular and interparticle
  310. Forces - Polymers at surfaces
  311. Forces - solvation and hydrophobic
  312. Forces - van der Waals
  313. Forces near surfaces
  314. Fractal dimensions - polymers
  315. Fragility
  316. Galvani, Luigi
  317. Galvani, Luigi and the frog
  318. Gas adsorption applications
  319. Gelatin
  320. Gelation of particles with short-range interaction
  321. Gibbs, on the equilibrium of heterogeneous substances
  322. Gibbs angles
  323. Gibbsian thermodynamics of the surface layer
  324. Glaciers
  325. Glass flowing
  326. Glass transition temperature - polymer melts
  327. Globular proteins, phase diagrams
  328. Gradient energy coefficient
  329. Granular materials
  330. HLB (Hydrophile-Lipophile Balance)
  331. Hamaker constant, effect of intervening liquid
  332. Hamaker constant, equation
  333. Hamaker constant, values
  334. Hamaker model,Dispersion-force attraction between particles
  335. Hamaker model,For two equal, close spheres, for two flat plates
  336. Hard sphere transitions
  337. Hatschek, Emil
  338. Helmholtz free energy
  339. Hemoglobin
  340. Hierarchical Bionanotubes Formed by the Self Assembly of Microtubules with Cationic Membranes or Polypeptides Journal of Applied Crystallography.
  341. Homogenization of milk
  342. Huggins, Maurice
  343. Hydrodynamic screening
  344. Hydrodynamic screening - size effect on flow
  345. Hydronamic Coupling of Two Brownian Spheres
  346. Hydrophile-Lipophile Balance (HLB)
  347. Hydrophilic emulsifiers
  348. Hydrophobic Surfaces
  349. Hydrophobic effect
  350. Hysteresis in contact angle - Jamin effect
  351. Ice cream
  352. Ice cream floats
  353. Impact of Bond Type on Physical Properties of a Solid
  354. Impact of soft condensed matters
  355. Ink making
  356. Insoluble monolayers - Phase behavior
  357. Interaction, Enthalpies
  358. Interfacial rheometer
  359. Intermittent milling
  360. Intervertebral Disc
  361. Introduction to surfactants
  362. Ion effects, Electrostatic stabilization
  363. Ionic strength
  364. Ions at low conductivity
  365. Ising model of phase transitions
  366. Isotatic polymers
  367. Jamin effect
  368. Jamin effect - Decompression Sickness
  369. KT
  370. Kaolin dispersions
  371. Kaolin dispersions, high volume loading
  372. Kelvin Problem
  373. Kelvin tetrakaidecahedron
  374. Kinetics, of surfactants
  375. Krafft temperature, of micelles
  376. L-B films(Langmuir-Blodgett films)
  377. Lamb, Horace
  378. Langmuir's original film balance (1917)
  379. Langmuir-Blodgett films (LB-films)
  380. Laplace equation
  381. Laplace equation - General form
  382. Lecithin or POPC, 1-palmitoyl-2-oleoylphosphatidylcholine
  383. Lifshitz model, Dispersion force attraction
  384. Lightning
  385. Link 1
  386. Lipophilic emulsifiers
  387. Liquid/liquid phase diagrams
  388. Liquid Optics
  389. Liquid crystal phases
  390. Liquid crystal phases, Chiral nematic (Cholesteric)
  391. Liquid crystal phases, Chiral smectic (Smectic C)
  392. Liquid crystal phases, Nematic
  393. Liquid crystal phases, Smectic
  394. Liquid crystals, critical packing shapes
  395. Liquid crystals, phases
  396. Liquid crystals, polymer dispersed
  397. London, F. - Molecular forces
  398. Lord Kelvin
  399. Lord Kelvin, demonstrations with contact potentials, wet and dry
  400. Lung surfactant
  401. Lung surfactant, biogenic monolayers
  402. Lyophilic
  403. Lyophilic colloids, "protective" colloids
  404. Lyophilic colloids, not sensitive to electrolyte
  405. Lyophilic colloids, stabilized with polymers
  406. Lyophobic
  407. M. A. Bucaro, P. R. Kolodner, J.A. Taylor, A. Sidorenko, J. Aizenberg, and T. Krupenkin. "Tunable Liquid Optics: Electrowetting Controlled Liquid Mirrors Based on Self-Assembled Janus Tiles." Langmuir 2009, 25, 3876-3879
  408. Macroemulsions
  409. Magic
  410. Magnetic Fluids
  411. Magnetomechanical mixing and manipulation of picoliter volumes in vesicles
  412. Magnetorheological fluid
  413. Making emulsions
  414. Maxwell model
  415. Mayonnaise
  416. McBain, J.W.
  417. Mean field approximation
  418. Melting, crystaline solids
  419. Meng, G., Arkus, N., Brenner, M. P., & Manoharan, V. N. (2010). The Free-Energy Landscape of Clusters of Attractive Hard Spheres. Science, 327(5965), 560-563
  420. Meniscii - Liquid Optics
  421. Mentos-Coke experiment
  422. Mercury electrodes
  423. Metal Foam
  424. Method of phase inversion
  425. Micelle, Equivalent conductivity
  426. Micelle disproportionation in oil
  427. Micelles, Osmotic coefficient
  428. Micelles, Thermodynamic evidence
  429. Micelles, a dynamic equilibrium
  430. Micelles, cmc
  431. Micelles, colloigative evidence
  432. Micelles, historical note
  433. Micelles, in oil as electrolytes
  434. Micelles, inverse
  435. Micelles, nano-micelles
  436. Micelles Specific conductivity
  437. Microelectrophoresis
  438. Microemulsions
  439. Microfluidics - PDMS Chip Fabrication
  440. Micromanipulation of magnetotactic bacteria with a microelectromagnet matrix
  441. Milk, Homogenization
  442. Milk, micelles
  443. Milk, phase diagram
  444. Miniemulsions
  445. Minimal surfaces
  446. Miscibility gap
  447. Mixing, Free energy
  448. Mixing, Thermodynamics
  449. Molecular forces
  450. Molecular relaxations
  451. Monomolecular films, surface potential
  452. Nano-micelles
  453. Nanoemulsions
  454. Nanofluid spreading on solids
  455. Nanofoam
  456. Nanometer Patterning with Ice
  457. Nanotube switch
  458. Nanofiber Assembly by Rotary Jet-Spinning
  459. Nematic liquid crystals
  460. Neuron Communication
  461. New-Age "voltaic cells"
  462. Newtonian flow
  463. Newtonian viscosity
  464. Nobel Prize - Physics, 1991
  465. Nobel prize, van der Waals in Physics, 1910
  466. Non-Gibbsian thermodynamics of the surface layer, the Derjaguin model
  467. Non-Newtonian flow
  468. Non-equilibirum state
  469. Non-iridescent colors are generated by quasi-ordered structures of bird feathers
  470. Novel Materials
  471. Nucleation, from metastable states, solid/liquid
  472. Nucleation, from metastable states, two components
  473. Nucleation, heterogeneous
  474. Nucleation, homogeneous
  475. Oil electrolytes
  476. On The Movement of Small Particles Suspended in Stationary Liquids Required By The Molecular-Kinetic Theory of Heat .
  477. Opacity
  478. Optical Trap
  479. Origin of charge, triboelectric effect
  480. Origins of charge - Ionic solids
  481. Oscillation modes of thin film flow
  482. Osmotic coefficient
  483. Osmotic pressure - Blob model
  484. Osmotic pressure - Polymer solutions
  485. Overlap concentration - c*
  486. PCZ - Points of zero charge, for some oxides (pH)
  487. PCZ - points of zero charge, for some salts
  488. PDLC's - Polymer dispersed liquid crystal displays
  489. PDMS - Microfluidic Chip Fabrication
  490. PEO-alkyl coplymer, e.g. pentaethylene glycol monodecyl ether (C12EO5)
  491. PH effects, Electrostatic stabilization
  492. PIT (Phase inversion temperatures)
  493. Packing shapes, liquid crystals
  494. Pair Distribution Function
  495. Partial misciblity
  496. Particles as emulsion stabilizers
  497. Particles as surfactants
  498. Patterned colloidal deposition
  499. Peritectic point
  500. Perturbation theory, in dispersion forces, Casimir and Polder

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