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A new technique, the sessile drop accelerometry (SDACC) for the study and measurement of the interfacial energies of solid-liquid-gas systems is tested and discussed in this study. The instrument –a combination of a goniometer with high speed camera and a laboratory drop tower- and the evaluation method, were designed to evaluate the interfacial energies as a function of the geometrical changes of a sessile drop shape due to the effect of “switching off” gravity during thedoi:10.20944/preprints201708.0062.v1 fatcat:nnfafu7ukjezbhp7zczkvbmgj4