THE DAILY MAIL: Head of beer that lasts all the way to the bottom of the pint glass could soon be a reality after scientists reveal how the arrangement of molecules in bubbles can make foam last longer

Press/Media: Research

Release date: 23/12/2019

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British scientists used neutrons to analyse the molecular composition of foam.

They found that molecules of additives on the surface of bubbles affect stability.

Longevity of foams used to tackle fires and environmental disasters is crucial to their efficacy.

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TitleHead of beer that lasts all the way to the bottom of the pint glass could soon be a reality after scientists reveal how the arrangement of molecules in bubbles can make foam last longer
Media name/outletThe Daily Mail
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date23/12/19
DescriptionBritish scientists used neutrons to analyse the molecular composition of foam.

They found that molecules of additives on the surface of bubbles affect stability.

Longevity of foams used to tackle fires and environmental disasters is crucial to their efficacy.
Producer/AuthorJonathan Chadwick
URLhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-7821691/Scientists-claim-uncovered-secret-everlasting-beer-foam.html
PersonsRichard Campbell

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