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Acoustic technique could disinfect medical instruments without heat or harsh chemicals

ted by inducing energy from the boundaries. They also need new power electronics and transducers that can operate continuously.

Beyond sterilization of medical instruments, Cunefare also sees potential applications in the continuous treatment of water and wastewater, and potentially in low-temperature pasteurization of food products such as milk or orange juice.

In October 2002, Carter and Cunefare received a U.S. patent, "Apparatus and Associated Method for Decontaminating Contaminated Matter with Ultrasonic Transient Cavitation." They hope to interest a medical equipment manufacturer in commercializing the technique.


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Georgia Institute of Technology Research News
8-Dec-2002


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