Advances in Particle Adhesion
The adhesion of particles to substrates is a topic of great technological importance to scientists and engineers in a variety of fields including xerography, aerosols, semiconductor device fabrication, paints and coatings, agricultural science, colloids, and pharmacology. As a result of recent experimental and theoretical advances in these areas, the need for information related to particle adhesion has dramatically increased.
Advances in Particle Adhesion brings together a selection of multidisciplinary papers. The book includes world-class research in the areas of aerosol deposition and resuspension, adhesion-induced deformations of materials, new experimental techniques in adhesion research, theoretical advances in particle adhesion, and triboelectrification.
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Electrostatic Force on a Moist Particle Near a Ground Plane
Aerosol Particle Deposition in a Recirculation Region
Particle Detachment from Rough Surfaces in Turbulent Flows
What Might They Tell
The Adhesion of Particles to Polymer Coated Substrates
Surface Roughness and Particle Adhesion
Determination of the 1soelectric Point of Planar Oxide Surfaces
A Method of Determining the Contact Area Between a Particle
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