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Soft matter dynamics: A versatile microgravity platform to study dynamics in soft matter

P. Born
D. J Durian
T. D Karapantsios
D. Langevin
E. Rio

Abstract

We describe an experiment container with light scattering and imaging diagnostics for experiments on soft matter aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The suite of measurement capabilities can be used to study different materials in exchangeable sample cell units. The currently available sample cell units and future possibilities for foams, granular media, and emulsions are presented in addition to an overview of the design and the diagnostics of the experiment container. First results from measurements performed on ground and during the commissioning aboard the ISS highlight the capabilities of the experiment container to study the different materials.
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hal-03511925 , version 1 (05-01-2022)

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P. Born, M. Braibanti, L. Cristofolini, S. Cohen-Addad, D. J Durian, et al.. Soft matter dynamics: A versatile microgravity platform to study dynamics in soft matter. Review of Scientific Instruments, 2021, 92 (12), pp.124503. ⟨10.1063/5.0062946⟩. ⟨hal-03511925⟩
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