Nanobubbles in bulk
Currently, the existence of long-lived sub-micron bubbles in solution is not widely accepted as they should dissolve on a timescale of 1-100 microseconds, calculated through the use of a widely accepted theory of bubble dissolution. Despite this, bulk nanobubbles are reported to have applications in different fields, such as water treatment and remediation, seed germination, surface cleaning, froth flotation, and ultrasound imaging. It is therefore important to develop methods to test if...[Show more]
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