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The true area of contact at a liquid metal‐solid interface
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7.The meniscus freely suspended from each asperity is assumed cylindrically symmetric with a fixed radius where obviously The magnitude of u was determined from the condition that the value of f as calculated from Eq. (4) must be identical with that calculated from Eq. (5) when the liquid first contacts the valleys; it was found that
8.R. S. Timsit (unpublished). The discrepancy indicated does not originate in the theory because the curves of Fig. 3 were found to duplicate remarkably accurately the results of a numerical solution of the exact form of the Laplace‐Young equation.
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