A deliberation on nanobubbles at surfaces and in bulk
Surface and bulk nanobubbles are two types of nanoscopic gaseous domain that have recently been discovered in interfacial physics. Both are expected to be unstable to dissolution because of the high internal pressure driving diffusion and the surface tension which squeezes the gas out, but there is a rapidly growing body of experimental evidence that demonstrates both bubble types to be stable. However, the two types of bubbles also differ in many respects: surface nanobubble stability is most...[Show more]
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