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Physical Review Letter
The wetting behavior of two-phase systems confined inside cylindrical pores is studied theoretically. The confined geometry gives rise to wetting configurations, or microstructures, which have no analog in the well-studied planar case. Many features observed in experiments on binary liquid mixtures in porous media, previously interpreted in terms of random fields, are shown to be consistent with wetting in a confined geometry with no randomness.
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Liu, A. J., Durian, D. J., Herbolzheimer, E., & Safran, S. A. (1990). Wetting Transitions in a Cylindrical Pore. Physical Review Letter, 65 (15), 1897-1900. http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.65.1897
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