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Author Topic: Water Cavitations Sonoluminescence New video Tutorial  (Read 184 times)
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Hi everyone,

Found this new instructional video on Sonoluminescence and thought some may be interested.

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puVxGnl_3y8

From Author:

Sonoluminescence is probably one of the coolest phenomena you'll come across and involves conditions that over a fraction of a millisecond swing from -269C degrees to upwards of 10000C. By trapping a bubble with ultrasound you can force it to expand and then suddenly contract and in the moment of peak compression out comes a flash of light. In this video we explore how you can easily recreate this effect with very minimal hardware, and some of the other times this effects shows up, like when a mantis shrimp punches things.

Thisoldtony video - https://youtu.be/pFeek0a8s7Q
Electroboom Vido - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9po11qjCWxA

*More resources*

I'm going to supply these primarily as a list of DOI numbers. While I can't for legal reasons suggest you use a website, which shall remain unnamed, to get access to these papers, you could do that. Or just google them. You do you.


Massive review paper with tons of resources: https://asa.scitation.org/doi/full/10.1121/1.5093450

Bubble footage from UCLA Putterman labs. They do awesome work, check out their research: http://acoustics-research.physics.ucla.edu/sonoluminescence/

Mantis shrimp/pistol shrimp footage from BBC Earth Unplugged:
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