Transverse and Longitudinal Waves at an Air-Liquid Interface in the Presence of an Adsorption Barrier
Sternling and Scriven1 showed that the Marangoni elasticity induced by the isothermal transfer of a surface active solute between two adjacent immiscible bulks could result in convective motion.
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