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Interphase Surface Tension

  • P.P. Pugachevich

Abstract

Surface phenomena have been known by humanity from the remote past. However, the first qualitative observations of capillarity phenomena were made by the famous Arab scientist Algacini, in the thirteenth century and described in his book ‘On the Balance of Wisdom’.

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  • P.P. Pugachevich
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  1. 1.Institute for High TemperaturesMoscowUSSR

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