While contact angle goniometry has been around for many years, we have recently developed a way to account for the underlying surface’s micro-scale roughness. This approach allows us to report the true Young’s Contact Angle (CA) by measuring and subtracting out the roughness contribution.
In this webinar you will learn more about:
how we characterized optics with anti-reflective coatings, clay tiles with gloss or matte finishes, wood polymer composite materials used for outdoor decking, and titanium materials used for biomedical implants with varying degrees of roughness.
Aired: April 27th, 2016 Duration: 30 min
Speaker: Matthew Dixon, PhD, is a Principal Application