C07
Measurement technique and instrument for determining the lateral adhesion of drops

Overview

The new subproject C07 which has started with the second funding period is the result of findings from C03 during the first funding period. There, a method was developed with which the force required to move a drop over a surface can be measured directly. With this method inhomogeneities on surfaces can be characterized and the dynamic contact angles can be measured. In C07, the method is to be further developed and established as a multifunctional measuring device. In addition, scientific questions are to be clarified regarding the role of defects, impurities or an electric charge in contact angle hysteresis.

This project starts July 1, 2020.

Team

  Name Contact
Hans-Jürgen Butt, Image: MPG
Prof. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Butt
+49 6131 379-111
Chirag Hinduja
+49 (0)6131 379-546
Saal SFB 1194
Alexander Saal
+49 (0)6131 379-546

Associated members

  Name Contact
Rüdiger Berger
Dr. Rüdiger Berger
Physics at Interfaces
+49(0)6131 379-114
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