Why water between two surfaces does not always simply squeeze out when placed under severe pressure had never been fully understood.
The UA researchers discovered that naturally occurring charges between two surfaces under intense pressure traps the water, and gives it ice like qualities. It is this ‘ice like’ layer of water occurring at room temperature that thence lessens the friction between the two surfaces. Graduate student Adrian Defante, who was also part of the research team, says the newfound properties of water might contribute to the development of more effective antimicrobial coatings, as a thin layer of water could prevent bacterial adhesion.
Dhinojwala adds that the research conversely offers insight into how water that could lead to better adhesives in watery environments. While making ice to chill our drinks is easy enough, the details of that seemingly simple process are still not well understood. Now scientists report in the Journal of the American Chemical Society that they.
Researchers of Aalto University have developed surfaces where oil transports itself to desired directions.
Researchers’ oleophobic surfaces are microtextured with radial arrays of undercut stripes.
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DNA, our genetic material, normally has the structure of a twisted rope ladder. Experts call this structure a double helix. Among other things, I know it’s stabilized by stacking forces between base pairs. Scientists at the Technical. For people who enjoy amusement parks, among the most thrilling sensations comes at the top of a roller coaster, in the split second between the end of the climb and the rush of the descent. Trying to take a picture at exactly.
Chemists from Trinity College Dublin, in collaboration with RCSI, have devised a revolutionary new scanning technique that produces extremely high res 3D images of bones without exposing patients to Xray radiation.
More than 20 years ago, a billboard in China piqued the interest of a chemical biologist. It endorsed an extract from the plant known as the thunder god vine as an immunosuppressant. 2 comments