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Effect of dual frequency on sonochemical reaction rates

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An ultrasonic reactor that combined a standing-wave-type transducer and a horn-type emitter was constructed and the ultrasonic frequency of the standing-wave-type transducer was varied and the sonochemical reaction rates were estimated. The synergy effect was observed below 100 kHz. In order to consider the mechanism of effect of synergy, the acoustic noise, the sonochemical luminescence and the bubble behavior in the reactor were investigated. The frequency spectrum of acoustic noise indicated that the synergy effect came from the increase of number of cavitation bubbles.


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