2 article(s) from Roth-Nebelsick, Anita
Left: Scheme of a typical blast furnace (picture from OpenStax, Blast Furnace Reactions, CC BY 4.0)...
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(a) A leaf of Salvinia molesta (Kariba weed) from above. The inset (b) shows the eggbeater-like str...
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The skin structures of Collembola (springtails) show several levels of protection against wetting: ...
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Basic structure of the xylem, the water transport tissue of plants. The xylem consists of elongated...
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Left: Closely arranged “ice cream cones” on the surfaces of tuyères that contain gas pockets are ab...
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The two test objects before (a, c) and after (b, d) testing. (a, b) Unmodified copper plate, (c,d) ...
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Sketch of the project progress. Initially, two biological models showing highly water-repellent sur...
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Illustration of the Young–Laplace equation. Left: The interface is given by the equation z = u(x,y)...
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Mechanical stability of a gas/liquid interface. Left: After being deflected from its equilibrium po...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2022, 13, 1345–1360, doi:10.3762/bjnano.13.111
Sphere like droplets of fluid #1 (grey) attached to an axially symmetric solid cone (the broken lin...
Thin lines: Curves of constant surface formation energy W (ε, θ) of an equilibrated droplet of volu...
Surface formation energy W (ε, θ) of an equilibrated droplet of volume V. Values of W are given as ...
Line-up of cones. The apex half-angle ε increases from left to right. For θ = const. and 0° < θ < 9...
Double line-up of cones similar to a zip fastener constructed from the left part of Figure 4. The apex half...
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2011, 2, 215–221, doi:10.3762/bjnano.2.25
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