sonicator


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sonicator

(ˈsɒnɪˌkeɪtə)
n
(General Physics) a device for treatment with ultrasound
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After heating in water bath cell lysate was sonicated in sonicator [ELMASONIC S 30] for 15 minutes.
The SonoAsh Sonicator reactor processes a broad range of coal ash samples, netting a Manufactured Coal Ash that meets ASTM C618 (AASHTO M295) requirements for high value ordinary portland cement (OPC) displacement, typically at < 1 percent LOI with variable CCR sources, to more than 15 percent LOI at definable particle size specifications, typically 25-100 pm.
In this typical process, the in situ polymerization of PI was carried out in the presence of multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) using probe type sonicator.
The mixture solution was sonicator for 30 min at room temperature in order to disperse the GNPs in blend solution.
The rinsed aluminium substrate is immersed in sonicator for 20 minutes which contains distilled water.
The peptides were extracted by adding 2-3 [micro]l of 5% formic acid/95% acetonitrile followed by sonication (Delta Sonicator DC400, Taiwan) for 15 min, and the same procedure was repeated three times.
4, and lysed using a sonicator (W-220; Ultrasonic, Farmingdale, NY) under the conditions of duty cycle-25% and output control-40% for 5 sec on ice.
These particles were further placed in the sonicator along with 50mL of glycerol and irradiated for 3 hours to produce nanoparticles.
A stock solution of 1mg/ml concentration was prepared by dissolving 25mg of sorafenib tosylate in 25ml of mobile phase in a 25ml standard flask and sonicated for 25 minutes in a bath sonicator and filtered through 0.
The resulting multilamellar vesicles (MLVs) were sonicated in a bath-type sonicator (Decon England) to form SUVs (small unilamellar vesicles).