Subject: Can you sonicate liquid samples by applying the frequency to the air around
Date: Wed Aug 11 10:30:07 2004
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I was wondering if it is possible to sonicate a whole bunch of small liquid
samples by applying the ultrasound to the enclosed air around the samples
versus using a probe or bath sonication system. Is this possible? If so, how
high of a frequency could be received by the liquid samples?
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