Ion-specific Influence of Electrolytes on Bubble Coalescence in Nonaqueaous Solvents
We report the effects of electrolytes on bubble coalescence in nonaqueous solvents methanol, formamide, propylene carbonate, and dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO). Results in these solvents are compared to the ion-specific bubble coalescence inhibition observed in aqueous electrolyte solutions, which is predicted by simple, empirical ion combining rules. Coalescence inhibition by electrolytes is observed in all solvents, at a lower concentration range (0.01 M to 0.1M) to that observed in water....[Show more]
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