Developments in ultrasound--non-medical.

@article{Mason2007DevelopmentsIU,
  title={Developments in ultrasound--non-medical.},
  author={Timothy Mason},
  journal={Progress in biophysics and molecular biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={93 1-3},
  pages={
          166-75
        }
}
Ultrasound is defined as sound of a frequency that is too high for the human ear to detect--i.e. it is inaudible. Nevertheless this "silent sound" has a large range of applications in science, medicine and industry. The study of the effects of ultrasound on materials--known as sonochemistry--is one of the broadest and most exciting areas in current research. In this review some recent developments with major potential are identified from the fields environmental protection and materials… CONTINUE READING

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