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Ultrasonic CavitationGenerates high-frequency sound waves that create microscopic bubbles (cavitation) in a liquid medium.
Various ApplicationsUltrasonicators are used in a wide range of applications due to cavitation effects, including:
  • Cell Lysis: Disrupts cell membranes to release intracellular components.
  • Emulsification: Breaks down large particles into smaller, uniformly dispersed droplets.
  • Degassing: Removes dissolved gases from liquids.
  • Homogenization: Creates uniform mixtures of immiscible liquids.
  • Accelerating Chemical Reactions: Enhances reaction rates by improving mixing and mass transfer.
  • Cleaning: Removes contaminants adhering to surfaces through cavitation and microstreaming.
Tunable Power and Frequency (in most models)Allows for adjusting ultrasonic power and frequency to optimize sonication for different samples and applications.
Different Probe Designs (available in most brands)Offer various probe designs (e.g., microprobes, cup horns) for compatibility with diverse sample volumes and container shapes.
This table highlights the key features and benefits of an Ultrasonicator. It emphasizes its use of ultrasonic cavitation, its wide range of applications due to this phenomenon (including cell lysis, emulsification, degassing, homogenization, accelerating chemical reactions, and cleaning), tunable power and frequency (in most models) for optimized sonication, and the availability of different probe designs (in most brands) for various sample types.

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