Vijay H Arakeri
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 40 Issue 2 February 1993 pp 1- Rapid Communications
It has been recently demonstrated that a single gas bubble in a liquid medium can be driven hard enough by an acoustic pressure field to make it emit light which is visible to the naked eye in a dark room. This phenomenon termed as single bubble sonoluminescence has shown some extraordinary physical properties. In the present investigation we have shown that dissolved air content has a significant influence on this phenomenon.
Volume 41 Issue 3 September 1993 pp 1- Rapid Communication
Influence of various gases on the intensity of single bubble sonoluminescence has been studied. The gases used were air, oxygen, nitrogen, argon and helium. Among these oxygen gave the brightest intensity with nitrogen giving the least.
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