NewsUsing condensation to noninvasively refill liquid marbles
that collapse due to evaporation

8th February 2022by admin0
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Griffith University researchers have solved a problem
plaguing droplet-sized micro-reactors which could improve the
viability for applications like drug delivery and waste management.
Published in Applied Physics Letters, the technique the team
developed uses condensation to noninvasively refill the liquid
marbles that previously collapse due to evaporation.

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