Understanding foams & foaming


Most of the common foams are a two-phase medium of gas and liquid with a particular structure consisting of gas pockets trapped in a network of thin liquid lms and plateau borders. Some well known foams are bubble baths, dishwater detergents and the foam head on beers. Many oils foam when trapped gas is suddenly released under conditions of an abrupt drop… (More)

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