Study, Champagne Bubbles Might Be Helpful For Future Power-Generation

December 22, 2014 3:16 PM

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Japanese researchers say there’s a process that could be a focus for making power-generating plants more productive – and you’ve seen it each time you’ve uncorked a flask of champagne.

The uncorking of a champagne bottle releases pressure on the fluid, and air pockets/bubbles form inside it. In a procedure known as Ostwalt ripening – named by the researcher who found it in 1896 – the more vivacious bigger air pockets draw particles from the little ones and develop considerably lar...

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