Oxygen Transfer from Gas Bubble Into Liquid
Oxygen transfer from a gas bubble into the surrounding liquid is examined by measuring oxygen pressure with Po2-needle electrodes at different distances from the bubble. From there, the mass transfer coefficient can be calculated. First measurements yielded results in the range to be expected.
KeywordsMass Transfer Coefficient Oxygen Transfer Bubble Diameter Bubble Surface Pure Diffusion
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