sonochemistry


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son·o·chem·is·try

(son'ō-kem'is-trē),
The branch of chemistry concerned with chemical changes caused by, or involving, sound, particularly ultrasound.
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Ultrasonic degradation of trichloroethylene and chlorobenzene at micromolar concentration: Kinetics and modeling, Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 8: 143-150.
Cavitation phenomena play important roles in many areas of science and engineering, including acoustics, bio-medicine, botany, sonochemistry, and hydraulics.
Some Recent studies at Coventry University Sonochemistry centre, Ultrasonic Sonochemistry, 2: s55 - s57.
This new technology uses principles of sonochemistry to remove dissolved solids from wastewater.
A team led by Professor Timothy Mason, director of the Coventry centre for sonochemistry, is using high-tech methods to bond white fillings to teeth.
What makes research in sonochemistry so appealing is that it is quite inexpensive to get started, and power ultrasound has found applications over the whole range of chemistry.
Optimization of ultrasoundassisted extraction (UAE) of flavonoids compounds (FC) from hawthorn seed (HS), Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, vol.
is the field of use of ultrasound in process engineering, the best known example is the most widely used and ultrasonic cleaning operating at frequencies below 50 kHz, however, it is not uncommon practice sonochemistry at frequencies up to and mega hertz these high frequencies seem more favorable to the production of free radicals, and will preferred methods for example by degradation of chemical pollutants [46].