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Tensiometry

Monday 26 January 2009 14:52

Back to previous menu Tensiometry Wilhemy tensiometer Pendant droplet and rising bubble Another method to measure surface tension is to generate a rising bubble or a pendant droplet through a syringe (see figure "GoutteOscillante2"). The shape of the droplet or bubble is related to its surface tension and can be recorded with time, which allows to measure surface tension with time. photo de l’expérience permettant d’imager une bulle montante ou une bulle pendante bulle (...)


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