Conditions for stability of bubble nuclei in solid surfaces contacting a liquid‐gas solution

@inproceedings{Ward1984ConditionsFS,
  title={Conditions for stability of bubble nuclei in solid surfaces contacting a liquid‐gas solution},
  author={Charles A. Ward and Eug{\`e}ne Levart},
  year={1984}
}
  • Charles A. Ward, Eugène Levart
  • Published 1984
  • Physics
  • We first consider the conditions under which pockets of a gaseous phase, i.e., bubble nuclei, would be in stable equilibrium in the roughness of the walls of a container of liquid‐gas solution or in the walls of small, solid particles suspended in the liquid phase. It is shown that if there are a sufficient number of such nuclei, then in an arbitrarily large, closed volume of solution maintained at constant temperature and pressure, these tiny bubble nuclei can be in a thermodynamically stable… CONTINUE READING

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