Researchers measure flow from a nanoscale fluid jet

Teaser Fluid jets are all around us: from inkjet printing, to the “Old Faithful” geyser in Yellowstone National Park, to cosmological jets several thousand light years long. read more    

Researchers measure flow from a nanoscale fluid jet

Fluid jets are all around us: from inkjet printing, to the "Old Faithful" geyser in Yellowstone National Park, to cosmological jets several thousand light years long.

Mon 28 Oct 13 from Phys.org

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Researchers Measure Flow from Tiny Submerged Jet

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Tue 29 Oct 13 from Laboratory Equipment

Classical Landau-Squire Theory Verified in Nanoscale Submerged Jet

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Tue 29 Oct 13 from AZoNano

Flow from a nanoscale fluid jet measured: Jet measures 20 to 150 nanometers in diameter, just a few hundred water molecules across

Scientists have measured the flow from a fluid jet so tiny that it would require more than 8,000 years to fill a two-liter soda bottle.

Mon 28 Oct 13 from ScienceDaily

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