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When a liquid drop is placed onto a solid surface or another liquid surface several things may happen. The liquid may sit on the surface in the form of a droplet or it may spread out over the entire surface. 38 L. L. HENCH AND E. C. ETHRIDGE Which phenomenon occurs depends upon the relative interfacial free energies of the two substances. The interfacial free energy is analogous to surface free energy but accounts for the interactions of the material on either side of the interface. At equilibrium the Young-Dupree or contact angle equation describes the relationship between the interfacial free energies of two substances and the angle formed by a droplet on a flat surface.
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