His main research concerns Chemical physics, Aqueous solution, Nanotechnology, Adsorption and Electrolyte. Vincent S. J. Craig combines subjects such as Ion, Ionic bonding, Surface tension and Bubble with his study of Chemical physics. His Aqueous solution research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydrophobic effect and Contact angle.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Slip and Hydrophobic surfaces in addition to Nanotechnology. His Adsorption study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Inorganic chemistry, Pulmonary surfactant and Analytical chemistry. His work is dedicated to discovering how Microfluidics, Fluid dynamics are connected with Wetting and Newtonian fluid and other disciplines.
Vincent S. J. Craig spends much of his time researching Nanotechnology, Chemical physics, Aqueous solution, Adsorption and Electrolyte. Vincent S. J. Craig focuses mostly in the field of Nanotechnology, narrowing it down to matters related to Wetting and, in some cases, Contact angle, Slip, Newtonian fluid and Mechanics. His Chemical physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ion, Electrostatics, van der Waals force and Surface force.
His Aqueous solution research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydrophobic effect, Supersaturation, Solvent and Analytical chemistry. His Adsorption research incorporates elements of Inorganic chemistry, Cationic polymerization, Pulmonary surfactant and Polymer. As a part of the same scientific family, Vincent S. J. Craig mostly works in the field of Electrolyte, focusing on Bubble and, on occasion, Surface tension and Laplace pressure.
His primary areas of study are Chemical physics, Nanoparticle, Aqueous solution, Surface force and Polyelectrolyte. He integrates Chemical physics and Range in his research. His Nanoparticle research focuses on Dissolution and how it relates to Citric acid, Adsorption, Metal, Flocculation and Pulmonary surfactant.
The various areas that Vincent S. J. Craig examines in his Aqueous solution study include Ion, Contact line and Solvent. His work carried out in the field of Surface force brings together such families of science as Polymer, Condensed matter physics, Elastic modulus, Compression and Contact force. Vincent S. J. Craig interconnects Colloid, Electrolyte, Ionic liquid and Solubility in the investigation of issues within Polyelectrolyte.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Aqueous solution, Nanoparticle, Chemical physics, Dynamic light scattering and Dissolution. His studies deal with areas such as Metal ions in aqueous solution, Polyelectrolyte and Solubility as well as Aqueous solution. The Nanoparticle study combines topics in areas such as External pressure and Dispersion.
He incorporates Chemical physics and Range in his research. His Dynamic light scattering research incorporates themes from Laplace pressure, Mixing, Ouzo effect, Pulmonary surfactant and Bubble. His research integrates issues of Electrolyte, Propylene carbonate, Ionic liquid and Affinities in his study of Hofmeister series.
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Boundary slip in Newtonian liquids: a review of experimental studies
Chiara Neto;Drew R Evans;Elmar Bonaccurso;Hans-Jürgen Butt.
Reports on Progress in Physics (2005)
Mechanism of Cationic Surfactant Adsorption at the Solid-aqueous Interface
R Atkin;Vincent Craig;Erica J Wanless;Simon Biggs.
Advances in Colloid and Interface Science (2003)
Shear-Dependent Boundary Slip in an Aqueous Newtonian Liquid
Vincent S. J. Craig;Chiara Neto;David R. M. Williams.
Physical Review Letters (2001)
Electrochemical Principles for Active Control of Liquids on Submillimeter Scales
Benedict S. Gallardo;Vinay K. Gupta;Franklin D. Eagerton;Lana I. Jong.
The effect of electrolytes on bubble coalescence in water
Vincent S. J. Craig;Barry W. Ninham;Richard M. Pashley.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1993)
Physical Properties of Nanobubbles on Hydrophobic Surfaces in Water and Aqueous Solutions
Xue H. Zhang;Nobuo Maeda;Vincent S. J. Craig.
Surface roughness and hydrodynamic boundary slip of a newtonian fluid in a completely wetting system.
Elmar Bonaccurso;Hans-Jürgen Butt;Vincent S. J. Craig.
Physical Review Letters (2003)
Effect of electrolytes on bubble coalescence
V. S. J. Craig;B. W. Ninham;R. M. Pashley.
Very small bubbles at surfaces—the nanobubble puzzle
Vincent Stuart James Craig.
Soft Matter (2011)
A History of Nanobubbles
Muidh Alheshibri;Jing Qian;Marie Jehannin;Vincent S. J. Craig.
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