Surface Tension Effects in Nanochannels: Capillary Filling and Negative Pressure

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Tas, Niels R. and Haneveld, Jeroen and Jansen, Henri V. and Elwenspoek, Miko (2006) Surface Tension Effects in Nanochannels: Capillary Filling and Negative Pressure. In: 210th ECS Meeting, E6-Bioelectronics, Biointerfaces, and Biomedical Applications, 29 Oct - 3 Nov 2006, Cancun, Mexico.

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Abstract:Surface tension effects become very prominent at the nano scale due to the high surface to volume ratio. One example is the occurrence of capillary negative
pressure, which could be directly observed and measured in a nanochannel due to the deformation of the elastic channel capping under the pressure load.
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