Concentration dependence of droplet deformation in a phase separation process under an electric field

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Concentration dependence of droplet deformation in a phase separation process under an electric field. / Gusarov, A. I.; Volchek, A. O.; Dotsenko, A. V.; Tsekhomsky, V. A.

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Gusarov, AI, Volchek, AO, Dotsenko, AV & Tsekhomsky, VA 2004, 'Concentration dependence of droplet deformation in a phase separation process under an electric field', Physical Review E.

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Gusarov, A. I., Volchek, A. O., Dotsenko, A. V., & Tsekhomsky, V. A. (2004). Concentration dependence of droplet deformation in a phase separation process under an electric field. Physical Review E.

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Gusarov AI, Volchek AO, Dotsenko AV, Tsekhomsky VA. Concentration dependence of droplet deformation in a phase separation process under an electric field. Physical Review E. 2004.

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Gusarov, A. I. ; Volchek, A. O. ; Dotsenko, A. V. ; Tsekhomsky, V. A. / Concentration dependence of droplet deformation in a phase separation process under an electric field. In: Physical Review E. 2004.

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