The history effect in bubble growth and dissolution. Part 1. Theory

@inproceedings{PeasLpez2016TheHE,
  title={The history effect in bubble growth and dissolution. Part 1. Theory},
  author={Pablo Pe{\~n}as-L{\'o}pez and Miguel A. Parrales and Javier Rodriguez-Rodriguez and Devaraj van der Meer},
  year={2016}
}
The term ‘history effect’ refers to the contribution of any past mass transfer events between a gas bubble and its liquid surroundings towards the current diffusion-driven growth or dissolution dynamics of that same bubble. The history effect arises from the (non-instantaneous) development of the dissolved gas concentration boundary layer in the liquid in response to changes in the concentration at the bubble interface caused, for instance, by variations of the ambient pressure in time… CONTINUE READING

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