Over the past few years there has been a remarkable expansion in the uses of ultrasound as an energy source to promote or modify chemical reactivity. A new word has been coined to describe this area of scientific exploration and discovery -- Sonochemistry. This series has been designed to meet the needs of both researchers and graduate students of the subject. A broad interpretation of the term sonochemistry has been taken, encompassing all aspects of chemistry which involve ultrasonic irradiation.Advances in Sonochemistry continues to be at the cutting-edge of research in sonochemistry and the exciting results obtained using this technique. No research library in the physical and natural sciences should be without this series in their collection.