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Table 9. 8 aUnits in dyne/cm 2 b Units in % cUnits in dyne/cm 2 Contact-angIe-induced deformation can lead to relatively large errors in contact angle for low modulus and high-water-content gels. Rusanov expressed the connection between the contact angles on flat and deformed surfaces and calculated the dependence of l:!. cos 8' on cos Eb under certain condi tions. (9) In Eq. (15), cos 8 and cos 8 ' are rather complex functions o of surface characteristics. 8'for the polymer system under study is performed.
15) works. So, the extent of deformation is somewhat different according to the systems used in contact angle measurements. 3-4 FORTES'S TREATMENT Both Lester(15) and Rusanov(16) admitted that the pressure change between the solid regions contacted by two liquids occurs at the interfacial layer between the two liquids, with a definite thickness of the order of molecular dimensions. Since the pressure distribution within the interfacial layer is not known from theory, they assumed a uniform pressure in this layer, with a value that can be calculated from equilibrium considerations.
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