Collective behavior of bulk nanobubbles produced by alternating polarity electrolysis.

Abstract

Nanobubbles in liquids are mysterious gaseous objects with exceptional stability. They promise a wide range of applications, but their production is not well controlled and localized. Alternating polarity electrolysis of water is a tool that can control the production of bulk nanobubbles in space and time without generating larger bubbles. Using the… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c7nr07126d

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