Table 1

D eff and R h depend on the H values

W w

H = 0.4

H = 0.5

D eff × 10-10 (m2/s)

R h

(nm)

p

D eff × 10-10 (m2/s)

R h

(nm)

p


0.056

2.33

3.15

0.26

3.14

2.37

0.35

0.078

2.42

3.05

0.25

2.87

2.59

0.26

0.120

1.76

4.06

0.31

2.64

2.81

0.28

0.160

1.69

4.22

0.35

2.50

2.96

0.31

0.200

1.58

4.71

0.16

1.85

4.02

0.37


W w, weight fraction of water; D eff, effective collective diffusion coefficient; R h, hydrodynamic radius of the droplets; and p, polydispersity obtained by DLS at 25°C for different H values.

Gutiérrez-Becerra et al. Nanoscale Research Letters 2012 7:83   doi:10.1186/1556-276X-7-83

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