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Reduction in the surface tension of solid metals due to atoms of liquid surface -active metals adsorbed on their surface

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The authors wish to thank Professor A. A. Zhukhovitskii, Dr. E. D. Shchukin, and Candidate of Chemical Sciences L. A. Kochanova for their valuable advice in interpreting the results of this work.

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Bryukhanova, L.S., Andreeva, I.A. & Likhtman, V.I. Reduction in the surface tension of solid metals due to atoms of liquid surface -active metals adsorbed on their surface. Mater Sci 1, 82–85 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00715890

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Keywords

  • Surface Tension
  • Liquid Surface
  • Active Metal
  • Solid Metal