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Study of Nitrogen Atom Recombination by Optical Emission Spectroscopy

MAZÁNKOVÁ, V. TRUNEC, D. KRČMA, F.

Original Title

Study of Nitrogen Atom Recombination by Optical Emission Spectroscopy

English Title

Study of Nitrogen Atom Recombination by Optical Emission Spectroscopy

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The reaction kinetics in nitrogen flowing afterglow was studied by optical emission spectroscopy. The DC flowing post-discharge in pure nitrogen was created in a quartz tube at the total gas pressure of 1000 Pa. The optical emission spectra were measured along the flow tube. It was found that N atoms are the most important particles in the late nitrogen afterglow. In order to explain the decrease of N atom concentration, it was also necessary to include the surface recombination of N atoms to the model.

English abstract

The reaction kinetics in nitrogen flowing afterglow was studied by optical emission spectroscopy. The DC flowing post-discharge in pure nitrogen was created in a quartz tube at the total gas pressure of 1000 Pa. The optical emission spectra were measured along the flow tube. It was found that N atoms are the most important particles in the late nitrogen afterglow. In order to explain the decrease of N atom concentration, it was also necessary to include the surface recombination of N atoms to the model.

Keywords

optical emission spectroscopy, nitrogen afterglow, surface recombination coefficient

RIV year

2015

Released

01.09.2015

Pages from

50

Pages to

53

Pages count

4

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT116650,
  author="Věra {Mazánková} and David {Trunec} and František {Krčma}",
  title="Study of Nitrogen Atom Recombination by Optical Emission Spectroscopy",
  annote="The reaction kinetics in nitrogen flowing afterglow was studied by optical emission spectroscopy. The DC flowing post-discharge in pure nitrogen was created in a quartz tube at the total gas pressure of 1000 Pa. The optical emission spectra were measured along the flow tube. It was found that N atoms are the most important particles in the late nitrogen afterglow. In order to explain the decrease of N atom concentration, it was also necessary to include the surface recombination of N atoms to the model.",
  chapter="116650",
  howpublished="print",
  number="1",
  volume="2",
  year="2015",
  month="september",
  pages="50--53",
  type="journal article - other"
}