Free radical generation and reactions in ultrasound assisted processes
Grant number: DP110101090 | Funding period: 2011 - 2016
The project is designed to give a full quantitative physical and chemical account of the free radicals generated from the passage of ultrasound through a liquid. The study will be end-focused to produce advanced materials of potential use as catalysts in fuel cells and other materials that may be used in diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
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