Prof. Gang Pan and Dr. Bo Yang Effect of Surface Hydrophobicity on the Formation and Stability of Oxygen Nanobubbles ChemPhysChem 13
The formation mechanism of a nanoscale gas state is studied on modified inorganic clay surfaces (see picture). The results suggest that a nanoscale gas state can be formed on both hydrophobic and hydrophilic particle surfaces, but that the stability of the surface nanoscale gas state can vary greatly depending on the hydrophobicity of the solid surfaces.
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