AgroNB is a dynamic research group in the cutting edge of NB technology. We can produce long stability NB of 150nm diameter and concentration 5.000.000 NB/ml. NB accelerate the plant growth of soya, lentils, basil etc. Our engineers have manufactured sophisticated NB generators following various advanced technologies.
Nanobubbles are defined as: “Nanoscopic gas cavities in aqueous solutions which diameter is smaller that 1 micron (d<1μm).”
- Taking into consideration the classical thermodynamics, a paradox seems to appear in systems containing nanobubbles.
- According to the Young-Laplace Law, the pressure in the interior of gas bubbles is inversely proportional to their diameter, with excess pressure:
Obviously, since the pressure inside gas bubbles is inversely proportional to their diameter, microscopic bubbles have large internal pressure.
- Nanobubbles demonstrate an extended lifetime compared to larger size bubbles.
- Over the last few years, nanobubbles have drawn great attention due to their exotic properties.
- It would be expected that bubbles which their diameter is in the nanoscale (<1 μm), dissolve immediately, within a few microseconds. However, it is observed that nano-bubbles remain stable for extended periods of time and still exist even after several months!
Plant growth; pilot scale
A recent collaboration with American Farm Scholl of Thessaloniki gives us the opportunity to examine NB effect on plant growth in real conditions.
In the past few years, more and more attention has been given to the potential applications of the MBs and especially of NBs. The applications are speeded to many sectors including mine industry, medical applications, wastewater treatment, surface cleaning and