Extracting scientific value from contact angle analysis of wetting liquids on porous surfaces

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Extracting scientific value from contact angle analysis of wetting liquids on porous surfaces. / Garte, P. A.C.; Ridgway, C. J.; Kisters, D.

15th TAPPI Advanced Coating Fundamentals Symposium 2018. 2018. s. 100-120.

Tutkimustuotos: Artikkeli kirjassa/konferenssijulkaisussavertaisarvioitu

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Garte, PAC, Ridgway, CJ & Kisters, D 2018, Extracting scientific value from contact angle analysis of wetting liquids on porous surfaces. julkaisussa 15th TAPPI Advanced Coating Fundamentals Symposium 2018. Sivut 100-120, Charlotte, Yhdysvallat, 14/04/2018.

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Garte, P. A. C., Ridgway, C. J., & Kisters, D. (2018). Extracting scientific value from contact angle analysis of wetting liquids on porous surfaces. teoksessa 15th TAPPI Advanced Coating Fundamentals Symposium 2018 (Sivut 100-120)

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Garte PAC, Ridgway CJ, Kisters D. Extracting scientific value from contact angle analysis of wetting liquids on porous surfaces. julkaisussa 15th TAPPI Advanced Coating Fundamentals Symposium 2018. 2018. s. 100-120

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Garte, P. A.C. ; Ridgway, C. J. ; Kisters, D. / Extracting scientific value from contact angle analysis of wetting liquids on porous surfaces. 15th TAPPI Advanced Coating Fundamentals Symposium 2018. 2018. Sivut 100-120

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