Sonolysis of Sodium Hydrogencarbonate Solution
Sonolysis of a sodium hydrogencarbonate solution was carried out. As products, CO2, CO, H2, O2, and H2O2 were obtained. CO2 evolved from NaHCO3 solution by a thermal reaction. The yield of CO2 increased with increasing the concentration of the NaHCO3 solution. The yield of H2, on the other hand, decreased with increasing the concentration of the reactant solution. CO and O2 were produced from CO2 by sonolysis. The highest yield of CO was observed for a 0.35 mol/l NaHCO3 solution. H2O2 was obtained from H2O together with H2 by sonolysis.
- Japanese journal of applied physics. Pt. 1, Regular papers & short notes
Japanese journal of applied physics. Pt. 1, Regular papers & short notes 43(9A), 6484-6487, 2004-09-15