Publication detail

Organic Compounds Degradation in the Diaphragm Discharge

STARÁ, Z., KRČMA, F.

Original Title

Organic Compounds Degradation in the Diaphragm Discharge

English Title

Organic Compounds Degradation in the Diaphragm Discharge

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This contribution is focused on the degradation process initiated by the DC diaphragm discharge in water solutions of selected organic compounds. Various chemical active species such as radicals, ions and molecules are produced by such discharge in water and they can initiate further chemical reactions. The model compounds used in the degradation experiments are organic dyes and humic acids. The process is studied at various discharge conditions (the applied voltage magnitude and polarity, initial conductivity of the solution etc.).

English abstract

This contribution is focused on the degradation process initiated by the DC diaphragm discharge in water solutions of selected organic compounds. Various chemical active species such as radicals, ions and molecules are produced by such discharge in water and they can initiate further chemical reactions. The model compounds used in the degradation experiments are organic dyes and humic acids. The process is studied at various discharge conditions (the applied voltage magnitude and polarity, initial conductivity of the solution etc.).

Keywords

organic compunds decomposition, diaphragm discharge

RIV year

2005

Released

30.08.2005

Publisher

Universiteit Gent

Location

Bruges

ISBN

90-808-6692-X

Book

Proceedings of 2nd International Workshop on Cold Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas: Sources and Applications

Pages from

238

Pages to

241

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT15071,
  author="Zdenka {Kozáková} and František {Krčma}",
  title="Organic Compounds Degradation in the Diaphragm Discharge",
  annote="This contribution is focused on the degradation process initiated by the DC diaphragm discharge in water solutions of selected organic compounds. Various chemical active species such as radicals, ions and molecules are produced by such discharge in water and they can initiate further chemical reactions. The model compounds used in the degradation experiments are organic dyes and humic acids. The process is studied at various discharge conditions (the applied voltage magnitude and polarity, initial conductivity of the solution etc.).",
  address="Universiteit Gent",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 2nd International Workshop on Cold Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas: Sources and Applications",
  chapter="15071",
  institution="Universiteit Gent",
  year="2005",
  month="august",
  pages="238--241",
  publisher="Universiteit Gent",
  type="conference paper"
}