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Ultrasonic cavitation bubble- and gas bubble-assisted fractional precipitation for the purification of (+)-dihydromyricetin

This report explores the ultrasonic cavitation bubble- and gas bubble-assisted fractional precipitation that greatly raises the precipitation rate in the existing precipitation technique for purifying -dihydromyricetin. Meanwhile, the precipitation rate steady increased by 11. 0u201365. 0 times and 17. 0u201324. 6 times, as well as u22126,446 J/mol, resulting in an improved precipitation rate.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11814-022-1202-4


Effects of pulse duration on laser-induced crystallization of urea from 300 to 1200 fs: impact of cavitation bubbles on crystal nucleation

The laser pulse laser pulses under study's time period may have triggered the crystallization from the laser focus, which allowed for the systematic assessment of the likelihood of the laser-induced crystallization. We also carried out the microsecond-scale fast imaging of laser ablation of urea solutions to investigate the spatiotemporal characteristics of formation, expansion, and demise of cavitation bubbles caused by laser ablation, which can be one of the main catalysts for crystal nucleation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00339-022-05909-y

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