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Communication: Length scale dependent oil-water energy fluctuations
3. S. N. Jamadagni, R. Godawat, and S. Garde, in Annual Reviews of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, edited by J. M. Prausnitz (Annual Reviews, Palo Alto, 2011), Vol. 2, pp. 147–171.
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Interfacial fluctuations in the cohesive (van der Waals) interactionenergy of spherical oil-drops with water provide evidence of a length scale dependent transition from linear to non-linear response behavior. For sub-nanometer oil-drop sizes, energy fluctuations are found to be independent of the van der Waals coupling strength, while nanometer (and larger) size oil drops experience highly non-linear energy fluctuations. The latter behavior is linked to enhanced hydrophobic density fluctuations and the emergence of entropic contributions to oil-water cohesive interactionfree energies.
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