Ultrasonic Wastewater treatment
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A deep purification technique that uses wastewater to treat wastewater. Ultrasound is a sound wave with a frequency higher than the audible frequency (typically 20 kHz). The special effects of ultrasonic waves and substances (mainly cavitation, heat, etc.) can be used to degrade organic pollutants in wastewater. For example: dechlorination of chlorobenzene, chlorophenol, degradation of parathion, and the like. Ultrasonic treatment of polar hard-to-volatile substances is generally inferior to non-polar volatile pollutants, and degradation of hydrophobic pollutants is better than hydrophilic pollutants.