Data from: Spatiotemporal measurement of surfactant distribution on gravity–capillary waves

Stephen L. Strickland, Michael Shearer & Karen E. Daniels
Materials adsorbed onto the surface of a fluid – for instance, crude oil, biogenic slicks or industrial/medical surfactants – will move in response to surface waves. Owing to the difficulty of non-invasive measurement of the spatial distribution of a molecular monolayer, little is known about the dynamics that couple the surface waves and the evolving density field. Here, we report measurements of the spatiotemporal dynamics of the density field of an insoluble surfactant driven by...
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