Solid Capillarity: When and How does Surface Tension Deform Soft Solids? (bibtex)
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Abstract:
Soft solids differ from stiff solids in an important way: their surface stresses can drive large deformations. Based on a topical workshop held in the Lorentz Center in Leiden, this Opinion highlights some recent advances in the growing field of solid capillarity and poses key questions for its advancement.
Reference:
B. Andreotti, O. Baumchen, F. Boulogne, K. E. Daniels, E. R. Dufresne, H. Perrin, T. Salez, J. H. Snoeijer, R. W. Style, "Solid Capillarity: When and How does Surface Tension Deform Soft Solids?", Soft Matter, vol. 12, 2016, pp. 2993-2996.
Bibtex Entry:
@Article{Andreotti2016,
    author =   {Andreotti, B. and Baumchen, O. and Boulogne, F. and Daniels, K. E. and Dufresne, E. R. and Perrin, H. and Salez, T. and Snoeijer, J. H. and Style, R. W.},
    title =    {Solid Capillarity: When and How does Surface Tension Deform Soft Solids?},
    journal =  {Soft Matter},
    year =     {2016},
    volume =   {12},
    pages =    {2993-2996},
    abstract = {Soft solids differ from stiff solids in an important way: their surface stresses can drive large deformations. Based on a topical workshop held in the Lorentz Center in Leiden, this Opinion highlights some recent advances in the growing field of solid capillarity and poses key questions for its advancement.},
    arxiv =    {1512.08705},
    hal   = {01873284},
    doi =      {10.1039/C5SM03140K},
    issue =    {12},
    keywords = {wetting}
}
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