|Controllable Nucleation of Nanobubbles at a Modified Graphene Surface|
|Ma, WG; Zhang, M; Nie, XC; Wang, CL; Fang, HP; He, MD; Zhang, LJ
|Source Publication||CHINESE PHYSICS LETTERS
|Abstract||The properties of nanoscale gas bubbles at the solid/water interface have been investigated for more than 20 years. However, the stability of nanobubbles remains far from being understood. How to control the formation of nanobubbles is the key issue for understanding their long lifetime. In this work, using molecular dynamics simulations we modify the substrate (graphene) with charge dipoles in which the local properties of the surface could be changed. Nanobubbles could be stabilized on the local hydrophobic area and modified area with the hydrophilic boundary where gas nuclei are deposited beforehand. Those results provide two methods to control the nucleation of gas nanobubbles and fix them on a target area.|
Ma, WG,Zhang, M,Nie, XC,et al. Controllable Nucleation of Nanobubbles at a Modified Graphene Surface[J]. CHINESE PHYSICS LETTERS,2015,32(4):—.
Ma, WG.,Zhang, M.,Nie, XC.,Wang, CL.,Fang, HP.,...&Zhang, LJ.(2015).Controllable Nucleation of Nanobubbles at a Modified Graphene Surface.CHINESE PHYSICS LETTERS,32(4),—.
Ma, WG,et al."Controllable Nucleation of Nanobubbles at a Modified Graphene Surface".CHINESE PHYSICS LETTERS 32.4(2015):—.
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