*Published Paper*

**Inserted:** 8 feb 2024

**Last Updated:** 30 sep 2024

**Journal:** Calculus of Variations and Partial Differential Equations

**Year:** 2024

**Doi:** 10.1007/s00526-024-02828-z

**Abstract:**

We consider capillarity functionals which measure the perimeter of sets contained in a Euclidean half-space assigning a constant weight $\lambda \in (-1,1)$ to the portion of the boundary that touches the boundary of the half-space. Depending on $\lambda$, sets that minimize this capillarity perimeter among those with fixed volume are known to be suitable truncated balls lying on the boundary of the half-space.

We prove two quantitative isoperimetric inequalities for this class of capillarity problems: a first sharp inequality estimates the Fraenkel asymmetry of a competitor with respect to the optimal bubbles in terms of the energy deficit; a second inequality estimates a notion of asymmetry for the part of the boundary of a competitor that touches the boundary of the half-space in terms of the energy deficit.

After a symmetrization procedure, the inequalities follow from a novel combination of a quantitative ABP method with a selection-type argument.