Ultrasound graphene dispersion system uses ultrasonic-assisted Hummers method to prepare graphite oxide. Which uses liquid as medium and adds high frequency ultrasonic vibration to the liquid. Because ultrasound is a mechanical wave, it is not absorbed by molecules. which causes the vibration of molecules in the process of propagation. Under the cavitation effect, i.e. high temperature, high pressure, micro-jet, strong vibration and other additional effects, the average distance between molecules increases due to vibration, which eventually leads to molecular breakup. The interlayer spacing of oxide graphite can be improved more effectively, and with the increase of ultrasonic power, the interlayer spacing of the obtained graphite oxide tends to expand.
The actual working frequency can be easily observed and adjusted the power/amplitude though the newly designed display screen.
Automatic frequency tracking ensures that it is always in the best working state.
Automatic matching tracking ensures that the frequency (power) is in the best state.
Typical applications include homogenization, emulsification, dispersion, depolymerization and wet grinding (particle size reduction), cell breakdown and disintegration, extraction, degassing, and sonochemical processes.