The heterogeneous nucleation of gas bubbles from cavities in a surface in contact with a liquid is a widely recognized phenomenon. This process has previously been theoretically analyzed extensively for a conical crevice, although in practice a wide range of cavity geometries might be expected. The method of analysis originally presented by Atchley and Prosperetti [J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 86, 1065-1084 (1989)] for the unstable growth of a gas-liquid interface in a conical crevice is here extended...Expand abstract
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The effect of cavity geometry on the nucleation of bubbles from cavities.
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