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Influence of Gas Pressure in Nitrogen Post-Discharge

MAZÁNKOVÁ, V. KRČMA, F. ŽÁKOVÁ, M. SOURAL, I.

Original Title

Influence of Gas Pressure in Nitrogen Post-Discharge

English Title

Influence of Gas Pressure in Nitrogen Post-Discharge

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

The work presents results obtain during spectroscopic observations of DC flowing post-discharge of pure nitrogen plasma. The total gas pressure was varied from 500 Pa up to 5 000 Pa. The maximum of intensity of pink afterglow phenomenon was observed at decay time 5 ms at 500 Pa and it was moved to the later decay times up to 20 ms with increasing total gas pressure. Relative populations of N2 (B), N2 (C) and N2+ (B) states were calculated from measured intensities. Simplified kinetic model was proposed.

English abstract

The work presents results obtain during spectroscopic observations of DC flowing post-discharge of pure nitrogen plasma. The total gas pressure was varied from 500 Pa up to 5 000 Pa. The maximum of intensity of pink afterglow phenomenon was observed at decay time 5 ms at 500 Pa and it was moved to the later decay times up to 20 ms with increasing total gas pressure. Relative populations of N2 (B), N2 (C) and N2+ (B) states were calculated from measured intensities. Simplified kinetic model was proposed.

Keywords

nitrogen post-discharge, post-discharge kinetics, optical emission spectroscopy

Released

12.07.2009

Publisher

UPAC

Location

Bochum

Pages from

372

Pages to

372

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT60798,
  author="Věra {Mazánková} and František {Krčma} and Marie {Žáková} and Ivo {Soural}",
  title="Influence of Gas Pressure in Nitrogen Post-Discharge",
  annote="The work presents results obtain during spectroscopic observations of DC flowing post-discharge of pure nitrogen plasma. The total gas pressure was varied from 500 Pa up to 5 000 Pa. The maximum of intensity of pink afterglow phenomenon was observed at decay time 5 ms at 500 Pa and it was moved to the later decay times up to 20 ms with increasing total gas pressure. Relative populations of N2 (B), N2 (C) and N2+ (B) states were calculated from measured intensities. Simplified kinetic model was proposed.",
  address="UPAC",
  booktitle="ISPC XIX - Book of Abstracts",
  chapter="60798",
  institution="UPAC",
  year="2009",
  month="july",
  pages="372--372",
  publisher="UPAC",
  type="abstract"
}