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Efficient Processing of Small SamplesProbe design concentrates the ultrasonic energy, making it suitable for efficient processing of smaller samples compared to bath sonicators.Interchangeable Probes (in most models)Allows for selecting probes with different tip sizes and geometries to optimize sonication for specific sample containers and applications (e.g., microprobes for microtubes, cup horns for larger vials).Applications (inheriting benefits from Ultrasonicators)
  • Cell lysis
  • Emulsification
  • Degassing
  • Homogenization
  • Accelerating chemical reactions
  • Cleaning
  • Material disruption (e.g., breaking down nanoparticles)
Targeted Ultrasonication with ProbeDelivers focused ultrasound directly into the sample through a submersible probe, ideal for localized treatment or small sample volumes.
Improved Control (in most models)Probe sonicators often offer precise control over sonication parameters like power, pulse mode, and amplitude, enabling tailored processing for various needs.
This table builds upon the concept of ultrasonicators, highlighting the specific advantages of Probe Sonicators. It emphasizes targeted ultrasonication with a probe, efficient processing of small samples, interchangeable probes (in most models) for versatility, improved control (in most models) for tailored operations, and applications inherited from ultrasonicators (including cell lysis, emulsification, degassing, homogenization, accelerating chemical reactions, cleaning, and material disruption).

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