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(a) Suspensions of bubbles generated by electrolysis reactions by the serpentine wire. The bubbles are generated at the contact line of the big bubble resting on the electrode at 10 KHz. The small bubbles roughly in dimension are attracted immediately to the low-field wire gap. (b) Bigger bubbles that form when these smaller ones coalesce in the gap or directly from the bubble source migrate toward the high-field electrode surface.
The real part of the CM factor for a bubble with a relative bubble permittivity of 30, bubble conductivity of , buffer conductivity of , and permittivity of . Experimental data were indicated as points. Insets are images of a bubble at different frequencies.
The real part of vs bubble diameter compared to experimental data points (●) for bubble diameters of 40, 55, and .
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