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Non-coalescence of oppositely charged drops

W. D. Ristenpart, J. C. Bird, A. Belmonte, F. Dollar & H. A. Stone

Nature 461, 377-380(17 September 2009)

doi:10.1038/nature08294

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Supplementary Information

This file contains Supplementary Discussions, Supplementary Data, Supplementary Figures 1-2 with Legends, Supplementary References and Legends for Supplementary Movies 1-6.

Supplementary Movie 1

This movie shows immediate coalescence at a low field strength - see file s1 for full Legend.

Supplementary Movie 2

This movie shows non-coalescence (bouncing) at a higher field strength - see file s1 for full Legend.

Supplementary Movie 3

This movie shows vigorous bouncing at an even higher field strength - see file s1 for full Legend.

Supplementary Movie 4

This movie shows two droplets bouncing back and forth in a high field strength - see file s1 for full Legend.

Supplementary Movie 5

This movie shows a zoomed-in view of the immediate vicinity at the point of contact for a bouncing drop - see file s1 for full Legend.

Supplementary Movie 6

This movie shows an example of partial coalescence, where an oppositely charged 'daughter' droplet is emitted from the point of contact - see file s1 for full Legend.

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