Biolin Scientific AB

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  • How To Measure Surface Free Energy?

    If you have been looking for an instrument for contact angle measurement, you have probably noticed that measuring contact angle is not always enough. Although contact angle measurement does give you an indication on the wetting properties of the surface, it is always a value that depends on the measurement liquid used.

Biolin Scientific AB

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Generated 4 weeks ago

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  • Fabricating Highly Organized Nanoparticle Thin Films

    Nanoparticles and thin films made from nanoparticles are gaining recognition and use in various products and applications including displays, sensors and energy storage. These types of products often require well-controlled particle organization, density and film thickness to achieve optimal performance and efficiency.   

Biolin Scientific AB

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

Biolin Scientific AB

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

Biolin Scientific AB

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

New blog articles detected

  • Vanishing interfacial tension measurement - a fast route to minimum miscibility pressure

    As the exploration of new oil reservoirs is slowing down, there is a need to be able to utilize the current oil reservoirs more efficiently. After primary and secondary recovery, at least 50% of the original oil is left behind in the reservoir [1]. Additional injections of fluids like polymers, surfactants or different gases are commonly used to displace and dissolve some of the remain...

  • Durability of superhydrophobic surfaces – the biggest obstacle towards real life applications

    Superhydrophobic surfaces were an instant hit in the scientific community when they were introduced over two decades ago. Since then thousands of publications have documented superhydrophobicity being achieved on various different substrates, from glass to fabrics. The great potential of superhydrophobic surfaces was apparent early on. Applications ranging from self-cleaning windows t...

  • How nanomaterials interact with the environment - Understanding nanoparticle - cell membrane interactions

    How does a nanomaterial interact with a cell?   How nanomaterials interact with the environment after they have been disposed of has many implications for potential toxicity and health concerns. Whether nanomaterials are being incorporated into commercial goods for their anti-microbial properties such as in work-out clothes or used for targeted drug therapies their overall prevalence...

  • How to measure dynamic contact angles on superhydrophobic surfaces

    Superhydrophobic surfaces are gaining more and more attention as new applications for them arises. For surface to be superhydrophobic, it has to fulfil two requirements. The static contact angle has to be over 150 degrees but in addition to that, the surface has to have a low contact angle hysteresis. For this reason, measurement of dynamic contact angles is especially important when s...

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