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  1. #1 Liquifying a crystallized liquid with ultrasonics 
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    As the title says I was curious as to how I could go about liquifying a crystallized liquid with ultrasonics and building a device myself. I have seen a few devices after doing a few google searches on sonicators, but the costs are restrictive. What I would like to know is how to build a sonicator to accomplish the task of liquifying the crystallized liquid. I understand it will take something to generate the appropriate sine wave and amplify the signal to the transducer to produce the ultrasonic vibrations. This is my basic understanding of how it works and I do know it is very elementary or totally wrong, I'm not sure. Any point in the right direction would be greatly appreciated since google doesn't turn up much. (Maybe I'm googleing wrong. ) Thanks in advance.


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