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Sonoluminescence is the transformation of sound into light. To most who know how to do sonoluminescence, it’s just a little glowing bubble levitating in a flask of water. But it holds some surprises that have been overlooked. This book looks to reform our scientific understanding of sonoluminescence and explore the practical applications as an energy source.
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Thomas Brennan is a professor of physics at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, where he’s taught physics and astronomy since 2014. He completed his PhD thesis on the topic of sonoluminescence in 2009 at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He also received a BA in Physics from the University of Chicago and an MS in Physics from UCLA. His research interests include both experimental and mathematical physics as well as astronomy.
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