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Two measurements were recorded for each wetting balance test: wetting time and wetting force.
The wetting balance results obtained from this study are presented in Figures 1 to 4.
Dry mixing silica has the further difficulty of wetting and dispersing an initially incompatible material in the rubber.
Another way that we evaluate liquids and surfaces for wetting and wettability is by measuring and comparing their surface tensions.
The quantitative study of wetting phenomena dates from the beginning of the 19th century when Young in England[3] and Laplace[4] in France considered what happens when a liquid is placed in contact with a solid.
Trapped air between adhesive and substrate impedes wetting and these zones of poor contact can often be where interfacial failure commences.