NewsNanobubbles provide pathway to build better medical
devices

18th January 2022by admin0
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Researchers from the University of Sydney Nano
Institute and School of Chemistry have revealed that tiny gas
bubbles—nanobubbles just 100 billionths of a meter high—form on
surfaces in unexpected situations, providing a new way to reduce
drag in small-scale devices.

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