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Nanobubbles at the liquid/solid interface studied by atomic force microscopy
Lou, ST(楼柿涛); Gao, JX; Xiao, XD; Li, XJ(李晓军); Li, GL(李光来); Zhang, Y(张益); Li, MQ(李民乾); Sun, JL; Hu, J(胡钧)
2001
Conference NameChinese-German Workshop on Characterization and Development on Nanosystems
Source PublicationCHINESE PHYSICS
PagesS108
Conference DateOCT 30-NOV 02, 2000
Conference PlaceBEIJING, PEOPLES R CHINA
AbstractBubbles on the nanometer scale were produced by a special method on solid surfaces. Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) was used to detect these bubbles. It shows that nanobubbles can be seen clearly in the interfaces of liquid/graphite and liquid/mica. In AFM images, the nanobubbles appeared like bright spheres. Some of the bubbles kept stable for hours during the experiments. The bubbles were disturbed under high load during AFM imaging. The conformation of the bubbles is influenced by the atomic steps on the graphite substrate. In addition, a shadow was found around the bubbles, which was due to the interactions between a bubble adhered to the tip and a bubble on the substrate.
ISSN1009-1963
Indexed BySCI
Funding Project应物所课题组
Language英语
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.sinap.ac.cn/handle/331007/9819
Collection中科院上海原子核所2003年前
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Lou, ST,Gao, JX,Xiao, XD,et al. Nanobubbles at the liquid/solid interface studied by atomic force microscopy[C],2001:S108.
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