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05:19 Sep-02-2002

Aziz U Rehman

R & D
Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad,
Pakistan,
Joined Apr 2001
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Ultrasonic for Enzymes

Respected Members,

I have a question regarding the use of ultrasound in Enzymes.

Someone is buying an Ultrasonicator Bath, which he wants
to use for hitting the Ultrasonic Waves at Enzymes. Thus, it will be like a bath in which he can control "harshness" that
Enzymes experience. Do he use LOWER POWER or LOWER FREQUENCY.

My opinion is the lower Power ?
But If we use lower Frequency, then what will be the result ?

Both these can be done in commmercially available baths, but what can be suggested on a purely scientific point of view.

Best regards,





 


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