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sonicate

 [son´ĭ-kāt]
1. to expose to sound waves; to disrupt bacteria by exposure to high-frequency sound waves.
2. the products of such disruption.

son·i·cate

(son'i-kāt),
To expose a suspension of cells or microbes to the disruptive effect of the energy of high frequency sound waves.

sonicate

(sŏn′ĭ-kāt) [L. sonus, sound]
To expose to sound waves.

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First, added 0.01 wt % of GO to molten caprolactam (100 g) and sonicated the mixture at 85[degrees]C for 30 min to obtain a homogeneous dispersion.
Caption: Figure 2: Representative tapping mode AFM deflection image of (a) non- sonicated GO NPs and (b) sonicated GO NPs.
The pristine and functionalized CNTs were diluted in distilled water and sonicated for 30 minutes at 40[degrees]C.
To modify the surface of CC electrode being hydrophilic, the CC was immersed in the mixture of acids ([H.sub.2]S[O.sub.4]: HN[O.sub.3] = 3:1) and then sonicated for 5 min to produce hydrophilic carboxyl functional group (COOH) [22].
Co[Fe.sub.2][O.sub.4]-NPs were freshly suspended at 1 mg/mL concentration in cell culture medium with 10% FBS and sonicated at room temperature for 15 min to avoid the aggregation/agglomeration of the nanoparticles before exposure.
Cells were sonicated for 15 sec with 60 sec interval (5 cycles) and centrifuged (1500 xg, 10 min) at 4degC.
200 grams of the dried sweet violet flowers were soaked in flask with 1000 mL of 80% methanol, sonicated for 24 hours, filtered with whatman no.2 filter paper, took the residue on filter and sonicated for more 24 hours and extracted once more (1000 mL each time).
The mixture was sonicated for 45 minutes and the resulting solution was cooled overnight in a refrigerator.
The cells were harvested and sonicated. The lipases (LK2, LK3, and LK5) were expressed as soluble form of proteins.
Next, they were sonicated to ensure good dispersion and measured using ICP-AES instrument.
In 100 ml measuring flask 30 mg of caffeine was transferred, added 80 ml mobile phase, sonicated to dissolve and again mobile phase was added to made volume up to the mark.