par Tiani, Reda ;De Wit, Anne ;Rongy, Laurence
Référence Advances in colloid and interface science, 255, 76
Publication Publié, 2018-01-01
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Chemical reactions can interplay with hydrodynamic flows to generate various complex phenomena. Because of their relevance in many research areas, chemically-induced hydrodynamic flows have attracted increasing attention in the last decades. In this context, we propose to give a review of the past and recent theoretical and experimental works which have considered the interaction of such flows with chemical fronts, i.e. reactive interfaces, formed between miscible solutions. We focus in particular on the influence of surface tension- (Marangoni) and buoyancy-driven flows on the dynamics of chemical fronts propagating horizontally in the gravity field.