Light emission of sonoluminescent bubbles containing a rare gas and water vapor.

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We present numerical simulations of sonoluminescent rare-gas bubbles in water, which account for (i) time variations of the water vapor content, (ii) chemical reactions, and (iii) the ionization of the rare gas and the H2O dissociation products. Peak temperatures exceed 10 000 K at densities of a few hundred amagat ( approximately 10(28) particles per m(3… (More)

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