Inhibition of Bubble Coalescence by Salts and Sugars
The size distribution of bubbles plays an important role in many industrial systems and is often largely determined by the outcome of collisions between bubbles either in bulk or at an orifice. If collisions readily lead to coalescence as they do in pure
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