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Rupture of granular rafts: effects of particle mobility and polydispersity

Reversible encapsulation of liquid materials is a technical challenge in many applications as for the transport and controlled delivery of active ingredients. In contrast to most state-of-the-art processes, capillary adsorbed solid particles can achieve a chemical-reaction-free encapsulation by forming dense

Authors:   Carole Planchette; Elise Lorenceau; Anne-Laure Biance
Journal:   Soft Matter
DOI:   10.1039/C8SM00653A
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