Video/animation icon  Contact Angle: CAM 200

 
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Description: This resource is a video guide, which shows how to determine contact angles of a surface with the help of CAM 200 software. Determination of contact angles provides better understanding of interactions between solids and liquids, materials wettability, adhesion, speading and absorption. The video shows examples of hydrophobic and hydrophyllic surfaces, with different amounts of surface free energy and wettability.
Keywords: absorption • adhesion • speading • wettability • contact angle • hydrophobic • hydrophyllic • surface free energy • solid • liquid • surface modification • Young's equation • video
Categories: Properties > Mechanical & thermal > Surface properties
Testing, analysis & experimentation
Created by: Dr Adrian Boyd, NIBEC, University of Ulster
Alan Barclay, NIBEC, University of Ulster
Balal Tariq, NIBEC, University of Ulster
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Date created: 17 September 2010
Date added: 20 July 2011
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Resource ID: 3677