ISSN 2673-494X
Two-page Reports on Science

Cuban Sci. 2020, 1(1): 23–24

Published on 24 Jun 2020 PDF (813K)
Small bubbles and bubble bags: a scientific knowledge valorisation
David Fernandez Rivas
  • Mesoscale Chemical Systems Group, MESA+ Institute, and Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands
“This is the story of a PhD project that turned into a spin-off company on ultrasonic cleaning and advanced chemical processes. The basics of sonochemistry and process intensification are also introduced. ”


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