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generally they energy per molecule is pretty small compared to the overall motion of the molecules.


sound can be used to agitate a mixture of reactants that would increase the rate of reaction.


and then there is sound providing a trigger for a reaction (like a very sensitive explosive) the sound initially speeds up the decomposition of the compound until it is enough to sustain a runaway chain reaction.


it could maybe also be used in separation methods.


thats about all i can think of.


in general, no. in a few specific cases, yes.

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