Analytical Applns. of Ultrasound [Techs, Anal. Chem V. 26] by Lola Luque de Castro; F Priego Capote

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G. cleaning the lab material or degassing solvents). Ultrasound has also found a variety of uses in the detection step ranging from 32 Introduction: Fundamentals of Ultrasound and Basis of its Analytical Uses improving the way that the sample reaches the detector or detection itself to the development of little-known special detection techniques [41]. Therefore, analytical chemists can exploit ultrasound as soon as they start developing a method for purposes such as expediting and (or) improving the performance of the different steps to be carried out.

G. cleaning the lab material or degassing solvents). Ultrasound has also found a variety of uses in the detection step ranging from 32 Introduction: Fundamentals of Ultrasound and Basis of its Analytical Uses improving the way that the sample reaches the detector or detection itself to the development of little-known special detection techniques [41]. Therefore, analytical chemists can exploit ultrasound as soon as they start developing a method for purposes such as expediting and (or) improving the performance of the different steps to be carried out.

The density achieved can be as high as several hundred watt per square centimetre. Until recently, the choice of probe sonicators was somewhat limited. 5 cm in diameter; (b) a pulse generator to allow intermittent sonication; (c) a range of 20 Introduction: Fundamentals of Ultrasound and Basis of its Analytical Uses interchangeable horns and replaceable tips; and (d) a variety of extenders, flow-cells and other units. Advantages and disadvantages of ultrasonic probes Probe devices undoubtedly provide the most efficient method for transmitting ultrasonic energy into an analytical process or step.

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