Amsterdam, Lausanne, New York, Oxford, Shannon, Singapore, Tokyo: Elsevier, 1998. 729 p. — ISBN: 044482894X.The maximum bubble pressure technique as a particular capillary pressure method is described, with emphasis on the most recent developments which made this technique applicable to extremely short adsorption times, down to the range of milliseconds and less. Problems connected with aerodynamics and hydrodynamics are discussed and used to show the limits of this widely used standard method.ContentsJ. Gaydos The Gauss Laplace Equation for liquid axisymmetric menisciiP. Chen, D.Y. Kwok, R.M. Prokop, O.I. del Rio, S.S. Susnar and A.W. Neumann Axisymmetric Drop Shape Analysis (ADSA) and its ApplicationsR. Miller and V.B.Fainerman The drop volume techniqueA.M. Seifert The spinning drop tensiometryL. Liggieri and F.Ravera Capillary pressure tensiometry with applications in microgravityV.B. Fainerman and R.Miller The maximum bubble pressure tensiometryK.D.Wantke and H.Fruhner The oscillating bubbles methodS.S. Dukhin, R. Miller and G. Loglio Physico-chemical Hydrodynamics of Rising BubbleR. Herold, R. Dewitz, S. Schfirch and U. Pison Pulmonary Surfactant and Biophysical FunctionA.Passerone and R.Ricci High temperature tensiometryA.V. Nguyen and H. Stechemesser Dynamics of the Impact Interaction between a Fine Solid Sphere and a Plane Gas-Liquid InterfaceP.D.I. Fletcher Interactions of Emulsion DropsN.D.McMillan, V.Lawlor, M.Baker, and S.Smith From stalagmometry to tensiography; The definition of the instrumental, software and analytical requirements for a new departure in drop analysis.Subject Index
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