VORTA for accelerating the reaction rate

Collapsing microbubbles from cavitation create intense local heating and pressure, which can generate high-energy conditions to overcome mass/heat transfer limitations to reduce the reaction time, boost conversion and yield of the desired chemical reaction.
Cavitation produced by VORTA can be used in various chemical reactions, including oxidation, reduction, hydrolysis, and polymerization.
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