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  • Morphological Transitions of Water Channels Induced by Vertical Vibrations. [Journal Article]
    Langmuir 2018; 34(43):12882-12888Sartori P, Bonato L, … Brinkmann M
  • We report the results of comprehensive experiments and numerical calculations of interfacial morphologies of water confined to the hydrophilic top face of rectangular posts subjected to vertical vibrations. In response to mechanical driving, an initially flat liquid channel is collected into a liquid bulge that forms in the center of the rectangular post if the acceleration exceeds a certain thre…
  • Adsorption on alumina nanopores with conical shape. [Journal Article]
    Nanoscale 2018; 10(38):18300-18305Bruschi L, Mistura G, … Lee W
  • Adsorption on porous solids depends on the morphology of the pores, the cylindrical one being the most studied in the literature. In this work, we present the first experimental investigation of adsorption and evaporation on conical nanopores produced by anodization of aluminium oxide. The pores are about 50 μm long, with the wide ends having a diameter of ∼79 nm and the narrow ones of ∼30 nm. Th…
  • Division of Ferrofluid Drops Induced by a Magnetic Field. [Journal Article]
    Langmuir 2018; 34(33):9762-9767Rigoni C, Bertoldo S, … Mistura G
  • We report a comprehensive study of the division of ferrofluid drops caused by their interaction with a permanent magnet. As the magnet gradually approaches the sessile drop, the drop deforms into a spiked cone and then divides into two daughter droplets. This process is the result of a complex interplay between the polarizing effect caused by the magnetic field and the magnetic attraction due to …
  • Italian pediatric nutrition survey. [Journal Article]
    Clin Nutr ESPEN 2017; 21:72-78Lezo A, Diamanti A, … SIGENP Nutrition Day Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Malnutrition of any grade was observed in nearly 1/3 and stunting in 17% of the reported hospitalized children, and it is likely to be underrecognized as the nutritional support reached only a small part of the malnourished children.
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