But what about flow? The effect of hydrodynamics on liquid–liquid transitions
Researchers from The University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science model the role of intrinsic liquid fluidity in liquid–liquid transitions
The University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science researchers modeled the role of hydrodynamics in liquid-liquid transitions of a single-component system. They showed that domain formation is related to the density upon transition, which can be influenced by hydrodynamics. The findings could provide a basis for further investigations into shear flow systems, as well as a means of optimizing industrial applications such as chemical production.