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[[Image:McEntee-1.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Figure 1.  Top row shows a series of high-speed flash photographs of bursting films taken in reflected light.  Delay between perforating spark and illuminating flash (film thickness): a) 75 microseconds (.28 microns), b) 250 microseconds (.43 microns), c) 200 microseconds (.01 microns).  Bottom row shows scattered light images of a bursting film.  Delay and film thickness: a) 900 microseconds (3.4 microns), b) 320 microseconds (.029 microns).]]
 
[[Image:McEntee-1.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Figure 1.  Top row shows a series of high-speed flash photographs of bursting films taken in reflected light.  Delay between perforating spark and illuminating flash (film thickness): a) 75 microseconds (.28 microns), b) 250 microseconds (.43 microns), c) 200 microseconds (.01 microns).  Bottom row shows scattered light images of a bursting film.  Delay and film thickness: a) 900 microseconds (3.4 microns), b) 320 microseconds (.029 microns).]]
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[[Image:McEntee-2.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Figure 2.  Apparatus for the reproducible formation of vertical films between gold electrodes.]]
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[[Image:McEntee-3.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Figure 3.  Schematic arrangement for photographing the bursting film by a flash occurring at a specified delay after the initiating spark.]]
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[[Image:McEntee-4.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Figure 4.  Top plot: hole radius versus time delay for several film thicknesses.  Bottom plot: dependence of rim velocity on film thickness and film solution composition.]]
  
  

Revision as of 18:06, 1 May 2009

"Bursting of soap films. I. An experimental study"
Winnie R. McEntee, & Karol J. Mysels
Journal of Physical Chemistry 73(9) 3018-3028 (1969)


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soap film, inertia regime

Figure 1. Top row shows a series of high-speed flash photographs of bursting films taken in reflected light. Delay between perforating spark and illuminating flash (film thickness): a) 75 microseconds (.28 microns), b) 250 microseconds (.43 microns), c) 200 microseconds (.01 microns). Bottom row shows scattered light images of a bursting film. Delay and film thickness: a) 900 microseconds (3.4 microns), b) 320 microseconds (.029 microns).
Figure 2. Apparatus for the reproducible formation of vertical films between gold electrodes.
Figure 3. Schematic arrangement for photographing the bursting film by a flash occurring at a specified delay after the initiating spark.
Figure 4. Top plot: hole radius versus time delay for several film thicknesses. Bottom plot: dependence of rim velocity on film thickness and film solution composition.



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