One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘In a controversial report last March, researchers offered evidence that such a so-called sonoluminescent bubble's implosion attains temperatures and pressures high enough to make atomic nuclei fuse together.’
- ‘A similar data detection and analysis as described above would generate an image of the medium in terms of its sonoluminescent characteristics.’
- ‘My fascination with sonoluminescent bubbles continues, in a way, in my high-speed photographic studies of drops and splashes.’
- ‘The final signature of bubble fusion is the coincidence between the sonoluminescent light flashes from collapsing bubbles and the neutron emission.’
- ‘Using this theory, temperatures inside the sonoluminescent bubble can be expected to reach 10 Kelvin.’
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