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Sharp Tips from Crumples and Capillary Bridges

  • Sanjiv Sambandan (a1) (a2)

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We describe two techniques to create sharp tips. The first involves the buckling of thin metal films deposited on soft, stretchable substrates. The second involves the formation of narrow necked capillary bridges.

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Sharp Tips from Crumples and Capillary Bridges

  • Sanjiv Sambandan (a1) (a2)

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