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  1. Computer Modeling of Evaporation Lab - Student and Instructor's Version

    10 Apr 2015 | Contributor(s):: Alexander Vincent Jannini, Nathan A Haden, Michael Evangelista, C. Stewart Slater, Mariano Savelski

    This is one of a set of experiments designed for lower level undergraduate courses that incorporates novel thin films for drug delivery. The focus of the experimental set is to introduce pharmaceutical concepts to undergraduates while also incorporating general engineering educational...

  2. Design of Experiments with Thin Films Lab #1

    10 Apr 2015 | Contributor(s):: Alexander Vincent Jannini, Nathan A Haden, Michael Evangelista, C. Stewart Slater, Mariano Savelski

    This is one of a set of experiments designed for lower level undergraduate courses that incorporates novel thin films for drug delivery. The focus of the experimental set is to introduce pharmaceutical concepts to undergraduates while also incorporating general engineering educational...

  3. Design of Experiments with Thin Films Lab #2

    10 Apr 2015 | Contributor(s):: Alexander Vincent Jannini, Nathan A Haden, Michael Evangelista, C. Stewart Slater, Mariano Savelski

    This is one of a set of experiments designed for lower level undergraduate courses that incorporates novel thin films for drug delivery. The focus of the experimental set is to introduce pharmaceutical concepts to undergraduates while also incorporating general engineering educational...

  4. Hydroproperties of Dissolvable Strips Lab - Student and Instructor's Versions

    10 Apr 2015 | Contributor(s):: Alexander Vincent Jannini, Nathan A Haden, Michael Evangelista, C. Stewart Slater, Mariano Savelski

    This is one of a set of experiments designed for lower level undergraduate courses that incorporates novel thin films for drug delivery. The focus of the experimental set is to introduce pharmaceutical concepts to undergraduates while also incorporating general engineering educational...

  5. Initial vs. Final Height of Dissolvable Strips - Student and Instructor's Versions

    10 Apr 2015 | Contributor(s):: Alexander Vincent Jannini, Nathan A Haden, Michael Evangelista, C. Stewart Slater, Mariano Savelski

    This is one of a set of experiments designed for lower level undergraduate courses that incorporates novel thin films for drug delivery. The focus of the experimental set is to introduce pharmaceutical concepts to undergraduates while also incorporating general engineering educational...

  6. Thin Film Labs - Semester Bundle

    10 Apr 2015 | Contributor(s):: Alexander Vincent Jannini, Nathan A Haden, Michael Evangelista, C. Stewart Slater, Mariano Savelski

    This is a set of experiments designed for lower level undergraduate courses that incorporates novel thin films for drug delivery. The focus of the experimental set is to introduce pharmaceutical concepts to undergraduates while also incorporating general engineering educational objectives....

  7. Viscosity of Salad Dressing Lab - Student and Instructor's Version

    10 Apr 2015 | Contributor(s):: Alexander Vincent Jannini, Nathan A Haden, Michael Evangelista, C. Stewart Slater, Mariano Savelski

    This is one of a set of experiments designed for lower level undergraduate courses that incorporates novel thin films for drug delivery. The focus of the experimental set is to introduce pharmaceutical concepts to undergraduates while also incorporating general engineering educational...

  8. Particle and Thin Film Adhesion

    20 Dec 2007 | | Contributor(s):: Stephen Beaudoin, Ravi Jaiswal, Caitlin Kilroy

    The adhesion of micron and sub-micron scale particles to surfaces is of tremendous interest in a wide range of industrial and civilian applications. We measure directly the adhesion of particles to surfaces using atomic force microscopy and develop experimentally-validated, science-based models...

  9. A Theoretical and Experimental Study of Surface Forces in Adhesion of Particles to Thin Films

    20 Dec 2007 | | Contributor(s):: Stephen Beaudoin, Ravi Jaiswal, Caitlin Kilroy

    The interactions between micron- and nano-particles and rough surfaces are of great importance and have numerous applications in surface science and biotechnology. It is essential to have estimates of surface/intermolecular forces between interacting bodies to describe and to manipulate the...