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Power ultrasound doubles the rate of decomposition of aqueous NaOCl at 75° catalysed by a mixture of powdered CuO and MnO2. Sonication appears to enhance the reactivity of the system through the generation of a new catalytic material, probably via interparticle collision.
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 1996|
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SERC Grant: The Use of Ultrasound in Waste Treatment
Mason, T., Newman, A. & Hutt, K.
4/09/95 → 3/09/98