Tag Archives: micro-fluidics

Thermo- and soluto-capillarity: Passive and active drops as micro-fluidic carriers or reactors

Why study drop (or bubble) motions? Drops can be seen free, hanging, suspended in air, sessile, aggregating, coalescing, disintegrating/splitting or spreading in nature, in engineering processing or at home. Think about dew, fogs with drops of diameters