By Milton Van Dyke
Over four hundred appealing black-and-white pictures, amassed from around the globe, illustrate the nice variety of fluid movement. Flows starting from creeping to hypersonic speeds, in either the laboratory and Nature, are saw at once, or made seen utilizing smoke, ink, bubbles, debris, shadographs, schlieren, interferometry, and different recommendations. Succinct captions describe the basic positive factors of every stream.
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The addition of electrolyte would affect mostly the electrostatic component of the disjoining pressure, see Eq. (26), which is suppressed by the electrolyte- the latter has a destabilizing effect on orw emulsions. ) may affect the emulsifier partitioning between the phases and its adsorption, thereby changing the Gibbs elasticity and the interfacial tension. The surface-active additive may change also the surface charge (mainly through increasing the spacing among the emulsifier ionic headgroups) thus decreasing the electrostatic disjoining pressure and favoring the W/0 emulsion.
Surfactant Effects on Mass Transfer in Liquid-Liquid Systems M. Alcina Mendes* Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemical Technology, Imperial College London, SW7 2AZ, UK Abstract. This paper reviews the work done by the author and co-workers on the effect of surfactants on mass transfer in binary and ternary liquid-liquid systems. A Schlieren optical apparatus has been used to visualise the selected organic-aqueous interfaces during the mass transfer process, when the aqueous phase was "clean" or "contaminated" by soluble ionic and non-ionic surfactants.
1989) by means of a Pade-type approximation. Note that in the case of close approach of two drops, h -7 0, the velocity V is proportional to h 112 and the two drops can come into contact in a finite period of time. The role of surface viscosity, type of the disperse phase and surfactants are widely studied in the Iiterature (Cristini et al. 1998, Valkovska et al. 1999, Chestersand Bazhlekov 2000, Danov et al. ). Experimental data (Dickinson et al. 1988) shows that the emulsion stability correlates well with the lifetime of separate thin emulsion films or of drops coalescing with their homophase.