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Re: [Phys-l] T dS versus dQ

Tho the excitation is symmetrical (you're using a spherical flask w/ the drivers symmetrically placed?) there is considerable mixing microscopically?

bc, IHRC, it was Toni Feeder (staff writer for Physics Today) whose Sr. thesis at UCSC was sonoluminescence.

On 2010, Jan 15, , at 09:56, LaMontagne, Bob wrote:

The reason that I have been tenacious on this is that we have an experiment going on involving sonoluminescence. Due to the symmetry of the compression the stirring concept was difficult to apply - but we are obviously concerned with what kinds of dissipation might be involved.