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Harvard University Engineers Whip Up The First Long-Lived Nanoscale Bubbles



5/30/2008 8:33:30 AM

EurekAlert -- With the aid of kitchen mixers, engineers at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have whipped up, for the first time, permanent nanoscale bubbles – bubbles that endure for more than a year – from batches of foam made from a mixture of glucose syrup, sucrose stearate, and water. Their study appears in the May 30 issue of the journal Science.

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