Sonochemistry What is sonochemistry
@damiryagudin Of course, various high-molecular compounds are used for this, for example, polyvinylpyrrolidone, polyacrylates, polyethylene glycol and the like.
@argentum Thank you, I will try to use these high-molecular compounds for my system. I hope it will work out.
@damiryagudin I have never studied them, so I don’t know how effective these polymers can stabilize them
In any case, we will experiment with what you have suggested and using something of our own.
@damiryagudin Well, then tell us about your experiments, it will be interesting. As I understand it, you get aluminum oxide nanoparticles for the catalyst?
@argentum Yes, I will definitely tell you when we conduct the experiment. That's right.
Sonochemistry is a branch of chemical research dealing with the chemical effects and applications of ultrasonic waves, i.e., sound at high frequencies that the human ear finds difficult to respond and eventually the human hearing threshold is reached, normally around 18–20kHz for adults.