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Science: Technology: Acoustics,_Ultrasound_and_Vibration: Ultrasound: Sonoluminescence

Boosting Sonoluminescence
Accepted for publication in 1996, this paper describes how a bimodal sound excitation can enhance light production.

The Casimir Effect: Physical Manifestations of Zero Point Energy
Describes the connection between the Casimir effect and sonoluminescence. Full text in PDF, PS and DVI file formats.

The Chemical and Physical Effects of Ultrasound
Provides background on how sonoluminescence can be used in chemistry.

Impulse Devices
Developing a Sonofusion power generator which harnesses the energy in sonoluminescence to provide the necessary temperatures for fusion reactions.

Physics News Graphics: The Sonoluminescence Process
Provides a four step theory on sonoluminescence.

Scientific American: Sonoluminescence
Provides explanation of why it is unlikely that sonoluminescence produces the conditions necessary to initiate or facilitate nuclear fusion, as suggested in the movie "Chain Reaction".

Single Bubble Sonoluminescence
Provides detailed instructions on how to produce single and multi bubble sonoluminescence.

Provides history, properties and theories.

By Chris Petersen. Provides history, overview and specifics of his experiment.

Short discussion on the radius of a bubble undergoing sonoluminescence as a function of time.

Sonoluminescence and Medical Ultrasound
Provides diagrams of what sonoluminescence may look like close up.

Sonoluminescence Experiment: Sound Into Light
W.A. Steer's account of his work to construct apparatus to enable the observation of sonoluminescence, to investigate its basic properties, and leave a kit and instructions to form the basis of a future final-year undergraduate experiment.

Sonoluminescence in Space at Boston University
Proposes to study sonoluminescence in space and in microgravity.
Maker of sonoluminescence kits. Provides instructions and suggested experiments.

Symposium on Sonoluminescence
Provides abstracts for a symposium held at the University of Chicago in 1997.


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