Paper by Pawel Tatrocki discussing some effects which could be observed and are difficult to explain by the sonoluminescence theory developed by C. Eberlein.
Developing a Sonofusion power generator which harnesses the energy in sonoluminescence to provide the necessary temperatures for fusion reactions.
Provides information on the initiation of bright flashes of light caused by imposing a loud, high frequency sound on a gas bubble contained within a liquid.
Provides detailed instructions on how to produce single and multi bubble sonoluminescence.
W.A. Steer PhD provides details of his experiment to observe single-bubble sonoluminescence and to investigate its basic properties.
Provides history, properties and theories.
Maker of sonoluminescence kits. Provides instructions and suggested experiments.
Article from Scientific American providing an explanation of why it is unlikely that sonoluminescence produces the conditions necessary to initiate or facilitate nuclear fusion.
Describes the connection between the Casimir effect and sonoluminescence. Full text in PDF, PS and DVI file formats.
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