Hi. I am doing materials science work were I need to shear
microscopic Teflon particles, which causes it to make 200 angstrom
thick fibers that hold powder together into a dough. Too much
shear, and the network of fibers breaks down. I posted this
here in the hopes that microbiologists have solved a similiar
problem in order to disrupt tough hided little E Coli or other
critters. Any ideas to shear particles that can be adapated from microbiology
would be much appreciated.