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Rheology of Emulsions studies phenomena at liquid-liquid interfaces that includes finely dispersed particles or structures, in particular emulsions, double emulsions, and biological cells. In this book new concepts are developed for a deeper understanding of the physical events at liquid-liquid interfaces or at small separations. It considers the forces of electrical origin that participate in the physical events at liquid-liquid interfaces, taking into account the electron transfer phenomenon and electrodynamics principles.
The topics covered in this book are of interest to a broad range of scientists, researchers and graduate students, with a basic knowledge of physical chemistry, electromagnetism, fluid mechanics, classical and quantum electrodynamics. The implications and applications of the material presented in the book contribute to the advanced fundamental, applied, and engineering research of interfacial electroviscoelastic phenomena.