Chemistry with Ultrasound
Mason, Timothy J. Mason, Society of Chemical Industry
Springer Netherlands, Mar 31, 1990 - Science - 195 pages
Examines the use of power ultrasound to influence chemical reactivity - sonochemistry. Ch. 1 contains an introduction to the esssentials of sonochemistry, Ch. 2 is a detailed literature review of inorganic and organometallic sonochemistry, Ch. 3 reviews ultrasonically assisted organic synthesis and Ch. 4 gathers together degradation, polymerization, physical measurements and processing. The final chapter looks at the range of commercial equipment for sonochemistry.
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Sonochemical aspects of inorganic and organometallic
Ultrasonically assisted organic synthesis
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