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A QED Coherence Model for Surface Nanobubbles

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Foams and Minimal Surfaces

Remarkably stable surface nanobubbles under water have been observed whose existence cannot be understood. Widely dffering explanations have been put forward. However non of them explain the size of the nanobubbles or explain why they are formed. We show that a QED coherence model of water, due to Preparata et al, can explain the reason for the existence, the size and the stability of surface nanobubbles.

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