By Dieter W. Langbein
That includes a foreword by means of the astronaut Ulf Merbold, this publication is dedicated to interfaces among fluids, that's, among a liquid and a fuel or among beverages. it's the first evaluation at the topic, supplying an updated assessment.
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Capillary Surfaces: Shape - Stability - Dynamics, in Particular Under Weightlessness (Springer Tracts in Modern Physics) by Dieter W. Langbein