Sonochemistry

@article{Suslick1990Sonochemistry,
  title={Sonochemistry},
  author={Kenneth S. Suslick},
  journal={Science},
  year={1990},
  volume={247},
  pages={1439 - 1445}
}
Ultrasound causes high-energy chemistry. It does so through the process of acoustic cavitation: the formation, growth and implosive collapse of bubbles in a liquid. During cavitational collapse, intense heating of the bubbles occurs. These localized hot spots have temperatures of roughly 5000�C, pressures of about 500 atmospheres, and lifetimes of a few microseconds. Shock waves from cavitation in liquid-solid slurries produce high-velocity interparticle collisions, the impact of which is… 

Hot spot conditions during cavitation in water

Liquids irradiated with high-intensity ultrasound undergo acoustic cavitation--the formation, growth, and implosive collapse of bubbles. The energy stored during the growth of the bubble in the

The Chemical History of a Bubble.

The studies discussed herein have revealed that extraordinary conditions are generated inside the collapsing bubbles in ordinary room-temperature liquids: observable temperatures exceeding 15 000 K, pressures of well over 1000 bar (more than the pressure at the bottom of the Mariana Trench), and heating and cooling rates in excess of 1000 K·s-1.

The characterization of acoustic cavitation bubbles - an overview.

Acoustic cavitation and its chemical consequences

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Acoustic cavitation is responsible for both sonochemistry and sonoluminescence. Bubble collapse in liquids results in an enormous concentration of energy from the conversion of the kinetic energy of

Sonochemistry: The Effect of Sonic Waves on Chemical Systems

Sonochemistry is the application of ultrasound to chemical reactions and processes. The mechanism causing sonochemical effects in liquids is the phenomenon of acoustic cavitation. The chemical

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Theoretical estimation of the temperature and pressure within collapsing acoustical bubbles.

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