sonochemistry


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sonochemistry

[¦sän·ə′kem·ə·strē]
(chemistry)
Any chemical change, such as in reaction type or rate, that occurs in response to sound or ultrasound.
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According to the study published in the journal of Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, the performance of the catalyst that is currently being used to process sewage and wastewater drops significantly with time.
Chaskar, Relevance of sonochemistry or ultrasound (US) as a proficient means for the synthesis of fused heterocycles, Ultrason.
Once completed, the instrument can be configured in a variety of ways and applied to a broad range of problems in materials science, plasma physics, combustion, sonochemistry, photoacoustics, biological membrane dynamics and fluid dynamics.
Khan, "Applications of ultrasound in food technology: processing, preservation and extraction," Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, vol.
Salmar, "Effect of ultrasound on ester hydrolysis in aqueous ethanol," Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, vol.
Gogate, "Ultrasound assisted synthesis of stable oil in milk emulsion: study of operating parameters and scale-up aspects," Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, vol.
Mason, Ed., Sonochemistry: The Uses of Ultrasound in Chemistry, Royal Society of Chemistry, 1990.
Li, "The secondary Bjerknes force between two gas bubbles under dual-frequency acoustic excitation," Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, vol.
Petkovsek, "Observations of cavitation erosion pit formation," Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, vol.
Cavitation intensity of water under practical ultrasonic cleaning conditions, Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 21(1): 354-359.