My mission in this series of blogs is to provide you an assistance in tackling issues related to foaming plus the apps to bring those ideas to life.
In the previous blog, I described about elements of foam bubble, foam drainage, the factors of DLVO theory, elasticity… etc. and it is equally interesting to know the secret behind the long-lasting foam and how small formulation changes can make a large difference to foam stability.
In this blog, you will find more about effect of Ostwald Ripening on foam physics produced using three gases nitrogen, carbon dioxide and perfluoroethane!
Read on to know more...