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Near-Field Probe of Thermal Fluctuations of a Hemispherical Bubble Surface

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We report measurements of resonant thermal capillary oscillations of a hemispherical liquid gas interface obtained using a half bubble deposited on a solid substrate. The thermal motion of the hemispherical interface is investigated using an atomic force microscope cantilever that probes the amplitude of vibrations of this interface versus frequency. The spectrum of such nanoscale thermal oscillations of the bubble surface presents several resonance peaks and reveals that the contact line of the hemispherical bubble is pinned on the substrate. The analysis of these peaks allows us to measure the surface viscosity of the bubble interface. Minute amounts of impurities are responsible for altering the rheology of the pure water surface.
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hal-03255817 , version 1 (09-06-2021)

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Z. Zhang, Y. Wang, Y. Amarouchene, R. Boisgard, Hamid Kellay, et al.. Near-Field Probe of Thermal Fluctuations of a Hemispherical Bubble Surface. Physical Review Letters, 2021, 126 (17), ⟨10.1103/PhysRevLett.126.174503⟩. ⟨hal-03255817⟩

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