Exposing nanobubble-like objects to a degassed environment.

@article{Berkelaar2014ExposingNO,
  title={Exposing nanobubble-like objects to a degassed environment.},
  author={Robin P Berkelaar and Erik Dietrich and Gerard A M Kip and E. Stefan Kooij and Harold J. W. Zandvliet and Detlef Lohse},
  journal={Soft matter},
  year={2014},
  volume={10 27},
  pages={
          4947-55
        }
}
  • Robin P Berkelaar, Erik Dietrich, +3 authors Detlef Lohse
  • Published in Soft matter 2014
  • Medicine, Physics, Chemistry
  • The primary attribute of interest of surface nanobubbles is their unusual stability and a number of theories trying to explain this have been put forward. Interestingly, the dissolution of nanobubbles is a topic that did not receive a lot of attention yet. In this work we applied two different experimental procedures which should cause gaseous nanobubbles to completely dissolve. In our experiments we nucleated nanobubble-like objects by putting a drop of water on HOPG using a plastic syringe… CONTINUE READING

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