Wednesday, May 18, 2005

sonoluminescence

sonoluminescence is achieved by using sound waves from 20-40khz to implode bubbles. the result is very high temp and light.

2 comments:

forkev said...

i'm tell ing you, ultrasonics are going to be used with the next ultra effecient carberarotr or in conjunction with injectors.

palegreenhorse said...

i'm waiting to see what they do with energy from the implosion of a bose-einstein condensate. it is kinda energy from nowhere since there is very little energy in the system but suddenly atoms have extreme kenetic energy.