Quantized contact angles in the dewetting of a structured liquid

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Ilton, Mark; Stasiak, Pawel; Matsen, Mark W.; Dalnoki-Veress, Kari;
(2014)

We investigate the dewetting of a disordered melt of diblock copolymer from an ordered residual wetting layer. In contrast to simple liquids where the wetting layer has a fixed thickness and the droplets exhibit a single unique contact angle with the substrate, we find ... View more
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