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A method of fabrication of ultra-high temperature ceramic nanoparticles using acoustic cavitation
Production of ultra-high temperature ceramics (UHTCs) has been studied for several decades, especially for applications on the aerospace industry that require materials for extreme environments. Traditional methods of ...
Using propidium iodide to determine the mechanism involved for a temporary increase in permeability of a bullfrog urinary bladder due to ultrasonically induced cavitation
The recent advantages in medical ultrasound, in therapeutic application suggest that in the future ultrasound can be a tool for a safe drug delivery. It was found that acoustically induced cavitation permeabilizes cell ...
An acoustic method for real time air bubble detection in simulated blood vessels
Exposure to significant changes in ambient pressure commonly occurs in divers during surfacing. These changes induce the formation of nitrogen bubbles in tissues and the presence of these bubbles can cause symptoms of ...