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3 illustrates the contact angle in an ideal system where the solid surface is homogeneous, smooth, planar, and rigid. The interfacial tensions designated as g represent equilibrium values at the point where three phases intersect. The subscripts L, S, and V denote liquid, solid, and vapor phases, respectively. go is used to indicate that the solid surface must be in equilibrium with the liquid’s saturated vapor; that is, a ﬁlm of the liquid is absorbed on the solid surface. 12) without presenting a proof.
3 Raman Spectroscopy When incident light strikes a sample, part of the light is scattered. Most of the scattered light has the same wavelength as the incident light; this is called Rayleigh scattering. Some of the light is scattered at a different wavelength; this is called Raman scattering. The energy difference between the incident light and the Raman scattered light is called the Raman shift. It is equal to the energy required to vibrate or rotate the molecule. Several different Raman shifted signals will often be observed in a single sample; each is associated with different vibrational or rotational motions of molecules in the sample.
2 An “ideal liquid” box. 1 erg/K), Tc is the critical temperature of the liquid, and T is the liquid temperature. The expectation is that surface tension of a liquid will approach zero at its critical temperature. 1,7 3: S URFACE T ENSION AND I TS M EASUREMENT Techniques have also been developed for estimation of the free surface energy of polymers. For example, a method for measuring the surface energy of solids and resolving the surface energy into contributions from dispersion and dipole-hydrogen bonding forces has been developed.