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However this cannot be the whole reason for the effect of ultrasound on reactivity because there are a variety of homogeneous reactions which are also affected by ultrasonic irradiation. How, for example, can we explain the way in which power ultrasound can cause the emission of light from sonicated water (sonoluminescence), the fragmentation of liquid alkanes, the liberation of iodine from aqueous potassium iodide or the acceleration of homogeneous solvolysis reactions? The answer to these questions lies in the actual process of cavitational collapse.
A summary of the major physical factors influencing sonochemical events has also been included at the end of the chapter for those more interested in the practical applications than the theoretical considerations of ultrasound. Since the vast majority of chemical systems, whether they are homogeneous or heterogeneous, are studied in the solution phase, the discussions here will be restricted to liquid systems. Being a sound wave, ultrasound is transmitted through any substance, solid, liquid or gas, which possesses elastic properties.
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Applied Sonochemistry. Uses of Power Ultrasoud in Chemistry and Processing by Mason T.J., Lorimer J.P.