Does the contact angle of a drop depend theoretically on the size of the drop?

According to Wikipedia, contact angle depends on the hydrophobicity of the surface and on thermodynamic equilibrium. But how does it in theory depend on the drop size? In other words, how would a theoretical curve of contact-angle ($\theta$) vs. drop-volume ($V$) look like, for a given surface?

1. According to Drelich et. al. and to Good & Koo, in some liquids there's dependence, while in other the dependence is very weak.
2. According to attension TN6, droplet volume "has significant influence on contact angle only with substrates that have large contact angle hysteresis (e.g. due to chemical heterogeneity and surface roughness)".
3. According to C. Elif Cansoy, on superhydrophobic surfaces there's very small dependance between contact angle and drop volume.
• If I have a drop of a certain size and contact angle and I allow it to evaporate, invert likely it will keep the same contact area and change its contact angle. Is that what you meant by hysteresis? May 14, 2015 at 0:53
• @Floris, I think what they meant in the paper is this. May 14, 2015 at 2:58