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CHEMENG 470: Complex Fluid Interfaces: Capillarity and Interfacial Dynamics

Complex fluid interfaces arise whenever amphiphiles (surfactants, phospholipids, polymers, colloidal particles) collect at liquid-fluid surfaces, imbuing them with nonlinear mechanical responses. Examples in nature include the cell membrane, lung surfactants, and the tear film. Industrial applications include emulsions and foams that require stabilization. The course discusses concepts in capillarity and wetting, interfacial fluid dynamics, thin film stability, the microstructure of self-organized monolayers and bilayers. Experimental microstructural methods (Brewster angle microscopy, fluorescence microscopy, grazing incidence x-ray diffraction) will be described. Prerequisite: 310 or equivalent.
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