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Sonochemistry: New Opportunities for Green Chemistry first introduces the basics of ultrasonic waves and the history of sonochemistry before moving on to look at acoustic cavitation and the estimation of ultrasonic parameters. After this comes a discussion of the equipment needed for experimentation with sonochemistry.
Finally there is an in-depth look at green sonochemistry in different fields of research, covering concepts such as new combinations of ultrasound with ionic liquids, microwave irradiation, enzyme combination, and sono-assisted electrochemistry. In conclusion, distinguished sonochemists from around the world share their opinions on the green sonochemistry, and their predictions in the field.
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Undergraduate and graduate students in chemistry, and practitioners of ultrasonic technology will gain a unique insight into the opportunities and challenges facing sonochemistry today in its theoretical and practical implementation. Seller Inventory AAZ Seller Inventory n. About this Item: Condition: As New. Unread copy in perfect condition. Published by Ellis Horwood Ltd , Publisher Bookseller Inventory ST Seller Inventory ST New Book.
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All rights reserved. Introduction cepted and being used in cleaning and plastic welding which continue to be major applications. Nowadays Ultrasound has been used for a variety of purposes there are research groups and industries with expertise in that includes areas as diverse as communication with a much wider range of activities that involve the uses of animals dog whistles , the detection of flaws in concrete ultrasound in electrochemistry, food technology, chem- buildings, the synthesis of fine chemicals and the treat- ical synthesis, materials extraction, nanotechnology, ment of disease.
Developments in the latter began in the s ics: this includes synthesis, catalysis and fundamental in the years preceding the Second World War when it studies of cavitation involving mainly academia. By the processing: this includes cleaning, welding and mate- s the industrial uses of power ultrasound were ac- rials processing involving mainly industry. One such area In other words our subject is both pure and applied in is the use of focussed ultrasound in cancer therapy.
Here nature. At the time of writing the European ically improved performance of chemotherapeutic Union provides a way forward for sonochemistry to agents. A second is in the production and design of obtain funding in applied fields. It fits nicely into sev- nanoparticles linking sonochemistry with ultrasonic eral themes that have been identified in Framework 6 precipitation and the surface effects of cavitation. A below and it must be our job to find ways in which third example might be in chemical engineering where these can also be used to support pure research: the design of a sonochemical reactor would not seem to be connected with a study of sonoluminescence.
There are many more examples. In this review I will attempt to show that the many Let us take each of these themes and explore the po- and varied links that can be made across different ul- sition of sonochemistry within them. It is to be hoped trasonic disciplines will strengthen research in the gen- that by doing this sonochemistry can provide a hub eral area of sonochemistry. What is required is that all technology for industries of the future.
It is my belief of those interested in the promotion of the uses of ul- that within Europe we have some of the most innovative trasound, particularly power ultrasound, should become and influential scientists involved in sonochemistry and a little more outward looking i. Consequently this is a good route to fol- perceived but unreal barriers of their own disciplines. In low, as long as we can accommodate the basic research this way a cross-fertilisation of ideas will provide for an that is so vital to underpin applied science.
New production processes and devices next five years.
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This article reflects my personal views on the subject Amongst the possible production processes to which and should not be taken to represent the views of the power ultrasound could contribute are Electrochemistry European Society of Sonochemistry. The trends 2. Electrochemistry [4,5] The benefits of using ultrasound in electrochemistry, Sonochemistry has reached a time for change . The sonoelectrochemistry, have been reported for a number reported uses of ultrasound in chemistry and processing of processes including the electrosynthesis of chemical are increasing and many different conferences e.
Those of us who are members of nanomaterials, and electrocatalysis.
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There is particular the European Society of Sonochemistry are beginning to interest in the applications of sonoelectrochemistry in ask what would be the best role for ESS in the future. It processes of environmental importance including waste certainly has a recognisable place in the history of the minimization, the replacement of toxic reagents in- development of sonochemistry but with so much hap- cluding mercury electrodes and other toxic system pening across the field of power ultrasound maybe it is components , pollutant degradation and water remedi- time for it to take a more pro-active role in the planning ation.
In addition it has proved possible to improve the for the future of our subject.
In past years many processes involving 2. Green chemistry  ultrasound have not been considered to fit under the The parallels between the aims of the two areas of umbrella of sonochemistry but nevertheless these pro- green chemistry and sonochemistry are striking. Some of cesses are of interest to the chemical community. At the the statements that have been used to identify green same time sonochemistry also encompasses cavitation chemistry are remarkably similar to those that have theory, sonoluminescence and free radical production.
It is for this reason that an understanding of the phenomenon of acoustic cavitation and its physical and There has been a recent upsurge of interest in plant chemical effects are crucial to developments in ultra- derived chemicals such as drugs, pigments, essential oils, sound leading to process optimisation.
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To a large ex- natural polymers. This is perhaps the most obvious def- tent this involves the reduction in energy consumption inition of green chemistry since plant material provides a through the design of reactors incorporating appro- renewable resource. This has increased need for efficient priate ultrasonic emitters and this is mainly the domain extraction methods, amongst which ultrasound has been of the engineers and physicists.
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The modelling of shown to be of benefit by significantly reducing extrac- pressure and cavitation bubble fields are not easy es- tion times and increasing maximum extraction yields . Such studies must be under- fragmentation of biomass that increases surface areas pinned with fundamental research into cavitation.
Examples of recent work include the ics, through an understanding of sonochemical activity extraction of anti-oxidants from the herb rosemary, of in reactors via measurements of parameters such as allelopathic materials from Aristolochia clematitis and chemi- and sonoluminescence, radical formation and of polysaccharides from plants and yeast. Water and sewage treatment  2. The degradation of chemical pollutants is It is also possible however to use ultrasound in therapy possible through the effects of cavitation created by ul- but for such applications it is necessary to generate en- trasound.
The reaction rate is a function of the physico- ough energy to cause temporary or permanent changes chemical properties of the target compounds.
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