Controlled Coating and Characterization of Interfaces to Produce Particle Stabilized Bubbles

Charles Sharkey
Surface active particles have the ability to adsorb and rigidify an interface. They are particularly useful in stabilizing bulk foams and emulsions, where the entrained droplets and bubbles are coated with particles that inhibit or slow coalescence. Being able to control the coating process for individual bubbles would allow for the controlled production of particle coated bubbles, or capsules, that could be used to construct stabilized foams with tunable properties. This thesis performs a systematic...
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