Boiling of the Interface between Two Immiscible Liquids below the Bulk Boiling Temperatures of Both Components

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Pimenova, Anastasiya V.; Goldobin, Denis S.;
(2014)

We consider the problem of boiling of the direct contact of two immiscible liquids. An intense vapour formation at such a direct contact is possible below the bulk boiling points of both components, meaning an effective decrease of the boiling temperature of the system.... View more
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