Journal of Oceanography and Marine Research

Journal of Oceanography and Marine Research
Open Access

ISSN: 2572-3103


Bubble Rotational Features – Preliminary Investigations

Roman Marks

Photography experiments dedicated to explore the formation of bubble bottom vortex revealed that rising bubbles may develop even three types of rotational motion. A clockwise (CW) rotational motion is assembled within the bubble upper half sphere, a counter clockwise (CCW) rotary is developed within the bottom half sphere and a spliced (CW/ CCW) bi-rotary motion can be assembled at the bubble equator or within the bubble vortex. Other experiments indicated that displacement of ions within the bubble spherical curvatures results in gathering of anions within the upper bubble half sphere, while the rotational grouping of cations prevail within the bubble bottom half sphere and its vortex. The merging and splicing of both oppositely directed and oppositely charged bubble rotational motions, resulting in assembly of ionic double helix motion, indicate that rising bubble rotational features are very akin to the architecture of RNA/DNA molecules. Thus, the matching properties of rising bubble bi-polar and bi-rotary features and architecture of RNA/DNA molecules are compared.