Evaporation-kinetic studies have been made on droplets formed under equilibrium and nonequilibrium conditions. There are differences due to the physicochemical features.
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Khentov, V.Y., Gasanov, V.M., Vlasov, Y.V. et al. Evaporation of bubble aerosol droplets from solid substrates. Journal of Engineering Physics 55, 1332–1333 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00870927
- Statistical Physic
- Physicochemical Feature
- Solid Substrate
- Nonequilibrium Condition