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Vrij, Α. (1966). Discuss. Faraday Soc. 42, 23. , a n d Overbeek, J. T h . G. (1968). J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 90, 3074. CHAPTER 3 PRINCIPLES OF FOAM FRACTIONATION AND DRAINAGE Robert Lemlich Department of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio I. Introduction II. Adsorption A. Effect of Concentration B. Effect of Collector III. Column Operation A. Modes of Operation B. Counterflow Theory C. Additional Aspects IV. Foam A. Drainage and Overflow B. Coalescence and Collapse V.
New (1967) has reported some results for the value of kr for several foams generated with the aid of a high-speed mixer, but sufficient experimental data are not yet available to allow any quantitative conclusions to be drawn regarding the influence of parameters such as bubble size distribution, gas-toliquid ratio, etc. The more systematic use of photographic and cinephotographic methods is desirable in order to obtain reliable experimental data for the kinetics of bubble wall rupture and bubble coalescence in real foams under the widely varying conditions of practical interest.
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Adsorptive Bubble Separation Techniques by Robert Lemlich