This book describes the most important experimental methods for characterizing liquid interfaces, such as drop profile analysis, bubble pressure and drop volume tensiometry, capillary pressure technique, and oscillating drops and bubbles. It presents practical experimental details as well as the underlying theoretical bases. In addition, the book c
Introduction. Determination of Interfacial Properties by the Pendant Drop Tensiometry. Advances in Calculation Methods for the Determination of Surface Tensions in Drop Profile Analysis Tensiometry. Axisymmetric Drop Shape Analysis with Anisotropic Interfacial Stresses. Maximum Bubble Pressure Tensiometry. Drop Volume Tensiometry. Studies in Capillary Pressure Tensiometry and Interfacial Dilational Rheology. Direct Determination of Protein and Surfactant Adsorption by Drop and Bubble Profile Tensiometry. Coaxial Capillary Pendant Drop Experiments with Subphase Exchange. Wetting Dynamics of Aqueous Solutions on Solid Surfaces. Bubbles Rising in Solutions; Local and Terminal Velocities, Shape Variations and Collisions with Free Surface. Surface Tension Measurement of Polymer Melts in Supercritical Fluids. Accumulation of Surfactant in the Top Foam Layer Caused by Ruptured Foam Films. Particle-Bubble Interaction in Flotation. Experimental Observation of Drop-Drop Coalescence in Liquid-Liquid Systems. The Tensiograph Platform for Optical Measurement. Emulsification with Micro-Structured Membranes and Micro-Engineered Systems. Manipulation of Droplets onto a Planar Interface. Interfacial Mass Transfer of Growing Drops in Liquid-Liquid Systems.