The effective surface roughness scaling of the gelation surface pattern formation

T. Mizoue, M. Tokita, H. Honjo, H. J. Barraza, H. Katsuragi

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Abstract

The surface pattern formation on a gelation surface is analyzed using an effective surface roughness. The spontaneous surface deformation on DiMethylAcrylAmide (DMAA) gelation surface is controlled by temperature, initiator concentration, and ambient oxygen. The effective surface roughness is defined using 2-dimensional photo data to characterize the surface deformation. Parameter dependence of the effective surface roughness is systematically investigated. We find that decrease of ambient oxygen, increase of initiator concentration, and high temperature tend to suppress the surface deformation in almost similar manner. That trend allows us to collapse all the data to a unified master curve. As a result, we finally obtain an empirical scaling form of the effective surface roughness. This scaling is useful to control the degree of surface patterning. However, the actual dynamics of this pattern formation is not still uncovered.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGels
Subtitle of host publicationStructures, Properties, and Functions
EditorsMasayuki Tokita, Katsuyoshi
Pages63-68
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2009

Publication series

NameProgress in Colloid and Polymer Science
Volume136
ISSN (Print)0340-255X

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Oxygen
oxygen
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Temperature
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All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Polymers and Plastics
  • Colloid and Surface Chemistry
  • Materials Chemistry

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Mizoue, T., Tokita, M., Honjo, H., Barraza, H. J., & Katsuragi, H. (2009). The effective surface roughness scaling of the gelation surface pattern formation. In M. Tokita, & Katsuyoshi (Eds.), Gels: Structures, Properties, and Functions (pp. 63-68). (Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science; Vol. 136). https://doi.org/10.1007/2882_2009_9

The effective surface roughness scaling of the gelation surface pattern formation. / Mizoue, T.; Tokita, M.; Honjo, H.; Barraza, H. J.; Katsuragi, H.

Gels: Structures, Properties, and Functions. ed. / Masayuki Tokita; Katsuyoshi. 2009. p. 63-68 (Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science; Vol. 136).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Mizoue, T, Tokita, M, Honjo, H, Barraza, HJ & Katsuragi, H 2009, The effective surface roughness scaling of the gelation surface pattern formation. in M Tokita & Katsuyoshi (eds), Gels: Structures, Properties, and Functions. Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science, vol. 136, pp. 63-68. https://doi.org/10.1007/2882_2009_9
Mizoue T, Tokita M, Honjo H, Barraza HJ, Katsuragi H. The effective surface roughness scaling of the gelation surface pattern formation. In Tokita M, Katsuyoshi, editors, Gels: Structures, Properties, and Functions. 2009. p. 63-68. (Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science). https://doi.org/10.1007/2882_2009_9
Mizoue, T. ; Tokita, M. ; Honjo, H. ; Barraza, H. J. ; Katsuragi, H. / The effective surface roughness scaling of the gelation surface pattern formation. Gels: Structures, Properties, and Functions. editor / Masayuki Tokita ; Katsuyoshi. 2009. pp. 63-68 (Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science).
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