The International Conference on Multiphase Systems, ICMS'2000
|Chemiluminescent Component of Xylene Sonoluminescence|
Sharipov G. L., Abdrakhmanov A. M., Maslennikov S. I., Bulgakov R. G.
Institute of Petrochemistry and Catalysis, Ufa, RUSSIA
The chemiluminescent reactions caused by the xylene oxidation were shown to give the main contribution to the xylene sonoluminescence in a visible area of spectrum. The reactions were observed to proceed after the cutoff of ultrasonics in a liquid phase with an initial intensity achieving 5 \% from a sonoluminescence intensity. The xylene chemiluminescence caused by sonolysis consists of radical and molecular components as well as at thermally originated oxidation.