Taylor dispersion in thin liquid films of volatile mixtures : A quantitative model for Marangoni contraction

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The Marangoni contraction of sessile droplets occurs when a binary mixture of volatile liquids is placed on a high-energy surface. Although the surface is wetted completely by the mixture and its components, a quasistationary nonvanishing contact angle is observed. This seeming contradiction is caused by Marangoni flows that are driven by evaporative depletion of the volatile component near the edge of the droplet. Here, we show that the composition of such droplets is governed by Taylor dispersion, a consequence of diffusion and strong internal shear flow. We demonstrate that Taylor dispersion naturally arises in a self-consistent long-wave expansion for volatile liquid mixtures. Coupled to diffusion-limited evaporation, this model quantitatively reproduces not only the apparent shape of Marangoni-contracted droplets, but also their internal flows.

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ISO 690RAMÍREZ-SOTO, Olinka, Stefan KARPITSCHKA, 2022. Taylor dispersion in thin liquid films of volatile mixtures : A quantitative model for Marangoni contraction. In: Physical Review Fluids. American Physical Society (APS). 2022, 7(2), L022001. eISSN 2469-990X. Available under: doi: 10.1103/physrevfluids.7.l022001
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@article{RamirezSoto2022Taylo-67248,
  year={2022},
  doi={10.1103/physrevfluids.7.l022001},
  title={Taylor dispersion in thin liquid films of volatile mixtures : A quantitative model for Marangoni contraction},
  number={2},
  volume={7},
  journal={Physical Review Fluids},
  author={Ramírez-Soto, Olinka and Karpitschka, Stefan},
  note={Article Number: L022001}
}
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