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Extreme conditions during multibubble cavitation: Sonoluminescence as a spectroscopic probe
We review recent work on the use of sonoluminescence (SL) to probe spectroscopically the conditions created during cavitation, both in clouds of collapsing bubbles (multibubble sonoluminescence, (MBSL)) and in single bubble events. The effective MBSL temperature can be controlled by the vapor pressure of the liquid or the thermal conductivity of the dissolved gas over a range from $1600 to $9000 K. The effective pressure during MBSL is $300 bar, based on atomic line shifts. Given nanoseconddoi:10.1016/j.ultsonch.2010.12.012 pmid:21247788 fatcat:og32gmb4kjgdvcuwtgkybuu2qy