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Versatile:  All homogenizers can effectively mix liquids, while some can mix solid samples with liquids. Ultrasonic mixers can do both. When ultrasound is applied to a liquid medium, alternating high-and low-pressure cycles eventually create vacuum bubbles. 

These bubbles grow and fuse together, finally reaching collapse size and sending shock waves through the mixture (i.e., cavitation). The effect of these shock waves and the vibrating tip of the ultrasonic mixer itself breaks the covalent bonds around the sample, making the ultrasonic mixer an invaluable device capable of dissolving a wide variety of materials.

Easy to control: Many variables affect the performance of the homogenizer:
The size, concentration, and temperature of the sample. 
The shape, speed, amplitude, strength, pressure, and duration of the "mixer."
The temperature, viscosity, and volume of the medium, and the type of vessel that holds it. 
While these factors may be difficult to adjust when using other types of homogenizers, they are easy to manipulate when using ultrasonic mixers. In fact, technicians, scientists, and manufacturers can easily adjust any elements to allow for light or vigorous mixing - homogenization, depending on the need at hand.

Easy to maintain: Ultrasonic mixer has few parts - power supply, the converter (which converts electrical energy into mechanical motion), and the probe. Therefore, it is less difficult to clean and maintain. By the way,  there is little frictional wear of parts and no intricate parts to clean.