超音波による有機液体の分解反応 [in Japanese] Decomposition of Organic Liquids by Ultrasound [in Japanese]
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In this article, an effect of ultrasound on chemical reactions is reviewed. The sonochemical reaction proceeds at a hot spot produced by cavitation of bubble, i. e., creation and collapse of a bubble in liquid. Temperature and pressure at the hot spot exceed 5000 K and 100 MPa, respectively, therefore, pyrolysis of solvent can occur. We present experimental technique and our recent results of sonochemical decomposition of organic liquids and synthesis of C<SUB>60</SUB> from liquid benzene.
- The Review of High Pressure Science and Technology
The Review of High Pressure Science and Technology 6(3), 159-166, 1997-08-20
The Japan Society of High Pressure Science and Technology