sonicator


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sonicator

(ˈsɒnɪˌkeɪtə)
n
(General Physics) a device for treatment with ultrasound
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These particles were further placed in the sonicator along with 50mL of glycerol and irradiated for 3 hours to produce nanoparticles.
Extraction of sulfhydryl compounds was performed by dissolving an amount of garlic powder in distilled water and the extraction was assisted by using sonicator with operating frequency of 30 kHz (LabsonicM, Sortorius AG, Germany).
The effect of ultrasonic irradiation on nanofluid formation depends on the time, temperature, frequency, and power of the sonicator [11, 12].
IT INCLUDES EVERYTHING NECESSARY FOR A REFILLING SERVICE WITH A SINGLE MACHINE, INCLUDING CARTRIDGE TESTER, SONICATOR, VIDEO-BASED TRAINING AND CUSTOMER SUPPORT.
Samples were taken form the surface sediments in Lake Hartwell and then were put through an extraction procedure that utilizes acetone, isooctane, and a sonicator to dislodge the hydrophobic PCBs from the sediments into solution.
The current system can efficiently prepare up to six samples within five minutes, a significant improvement over a mortar, grinder or sonicator. The Barocycler NEP 2017 will be commercially available in September 2002.