Solid capillarity: when and how does surface tension deform soft solids?

Solid capillarity: when and how does surface tension deform soft solids?
B. Andreotti, O. Bäumchen, F. Boulogne, K. E. Daniels, E. R. Dufresne, H. Perrin, T. Salez, J. H. Snoeijer, and R. W. Style

Soft Matter, 12 2993 (2016) [OPINION]

Soft solids differ from stiff solids in an important way: their surface stresses can drive large deformations. Based on a topical workshop held in the Lorentz Center in Leiden, this Opinion highlights some recent advances in the growing field of solid capillarity and poses key questions for its advancement.

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