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Gas dissolution in antibubble dynamics

The lifetime of the antibubble is driven by the slow drainage of the air from the bottom to the top of the antibubble. We discover that there exists another channel that conducts to the thinning and the dead of the … Continue reading

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Antibubble as an interfacial shear rheometer

As described in a recent post, antibubbles are surprising fluid objects [1,2]. An antibubble is a spherical air film that is immersed in a surfactant mixture.  Since no stabilization process exists for the air film, the antibubble must die. Its … Continue reading

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Review on Antibubbles

Antibubble – An antibubble is a spherical shell of air suspended in a liquid and covering a liquid globule. On the picture below, spherical antibubbles are seen below the liquid surface. Before our first published work in 2003 [1], antibubbles … Continue reading

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