Ionic Control of Droplet Motion
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We demonstrate that an aqueous droplet containing calcium ions undergoes rhythmical oscillation in an organic phase containing a surfactant of phosphate group. The same oil/water interface exhibited the self-pulsing of the electrical potential. The patterns for the rhythmical oscillation and the self-pulsing were dramatically affected by the cation species.
- Chemistry Letters
Chemistry Letters 35(10), 1134-1135, 2006-10-05
The Chemical Society of Japan