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In frame (a), bubbles are seen to be generated from a period-2 bubbling regime which is characterized by the fact that two successive bubbles rise by pairs. Then, the bubbling regime suddenly changes, and a multiperiodic bubbling regime arises which is displayed in frame (b). Later, in frame (c), clockwork bubbling in period-1 occurs where the distance between two successive bubbles increases monotonically as they rise, and so on. This nucleation site experienced other various bubbling regimes during its life, until it finally ended in a clockwork period-1 bubbling regime presented in frame (g).

Food Chem. 51, 7560–7563. , and Jeandet, P. (2004). Is the wall of a cellulose fiber saturated with liquid whether or not permeable with CO2 dissolved molecules: Application to bubble nucleation in champagne wines. Langmuir 20, 4132–4138. -C. (2005a). Periodadding route in sparkling bubbles. Phys. Rev. E 72, 037204. , and Jeandet, P. (2005b). Modeling non-classical heterogeneous bubble nucleation from cellulose fibers: Applications to bubbling in carbonated beverages. J. Phys. Chem. B 109, 14573–14580.

5 Visual Perception of Effervescence in Champagne and Other Sparkling Beverages 37 significant and quite unexpected loss of dissolved CO2 during champagne serving. It is worth noting that losses of CO2-dissolved molecules during the pouring process are of the same order of magnitude whether champagne is served in the flute or in the coupe, despite a significantly longer pouring process in the case of the flute (mainly due to an excess of foam restricted in narrower aperture, which forces the taster to pour champagne into the flute in two or three steps in order to avoid champagne overflow).

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