Imaging of Chemical Kinetics at the Water–Water Interface in a Free-Flowing Liquid Flat-Jet

@article{Schewe2022ImagingOC,
  title={Imaging of Chemical Kinetics at the Water–Water Interface in a Free-Flowing Liquid Flat-Jet},
  author={H. Christian Schewe and Bruno Cec{\'i}lio Credidio and Aaron Ghrist and Sebastian Malerz and C Ozga and Andr{\'e} Knie and Henrik Haak and Gerard Meijer and Bernd Winter and Andreas Osterwalder},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2022},
  volume={144},
  pages={7790 - 7795}
}
We present chemical kinetics measurements of the luminol oxidation chemiluminescence (CL) reaction at the interface between two aqueous solutions, using liquid jet technology. Free-flowing liquid microjets are a relatively recent development that have found their way into a growing number of applications in spectroscopy and dynamics. A variant thereof, called flat-jet, is obtained when two cylindrical jets of a liquid are crossed, leading to a chain of planar leaf-shaped structures of the… 
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