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Quantitative morphological characterization of bicontinuous Pickering emulsions via interfacial curvatures
Bicontinuous Pickering emulsions (bijels) are a physically interesting class of soft materials with many potential applications including catalysis, microfluidics and tissue engineering. They are created by arresting the ...
Particle-size effects in the formation of bicontinuous Pickering emulsions
We demonstrate that the formation of bicontinuous emulsions stabilized by interfacial particles (bijels) is more robust when nanoparticles rather than microparticles are used. Emulsification via spinodal demixing in the ...
Dataset for: "A combined rheometry and imaging study of viscosity reduction in bacterial suspensions"
Dataset supporting the manuscript "A combined rheometry and imaging study of viscosity reduction in bacterial suspensions" accepted in PNAS.