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Applied Plasma Chemistry - New Practical Exercises

Originální název

Applied Plasma Chemistry - New Practical Exercises

Anglický název

Applied Plasma Chemistry - New Practical Exercises

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Three new practical exercises oriented on the application of plasma chemical processes are presented. Two exercises for the special practical course are focused on the study of processes in the DC diaphragm discharge in a water solution. The first measurement is the hydrogen peroxide generation, the second part of the task studies destruction of the chosen organic dyes. The third exercise is focused on the plasma treatment of polymers by the surface discharge. The treated and untreated samples are characterised by the surface energy evaluation from the contact angles of 3 different testing liquids with the measured sample. Each of these works can be completed within a relatively short period of 150 minutes.

Anglický abstrakt

Three new practical exercises oriented on the application of plasma chemical processes are presented. Two exercises for the special practical course are focused on the study of processes in the DC diaphragm discharge in a water solution. The first measurement is the hydrogen peroxide generation, the second part of the task studies destruction of the chosen organic dyes. The third exercise is focused on the plasma treatment of polymers by the surface discharge. The treated and untreated samples are characterised by the surface energy evaluation from the contact angles of 3 different testing liquids with the measured sample. Each of these works can be completed within a relatively short period of 150 minutes.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT15123,
  author="František {Krčma} and Zdenka {Kozáková} and Pavel {Sťahel}",
  title="Applied Plasma Chemistry - New Practical Exercises",
  annote="Three new practical exercises oriented on the application of plasma chemical processes are presented. Two exercises for the special practical course are focused on the study of processes in the DC diaphragm discharge in a water solution. The first measurement is the hydrogen peroxide generation, the second part of the task studies destruction of the chosen organic dyes. The third exercise is focused on the plasma treatment of polymers by the surface discharge. The treated and untreated samples are characterised by the surface energy evaluation from the contact angles of 3 different testing liquids with the measured sample. Each of these works can be completed within a relatively short period of 150 minutes.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of ISPC XVII",
  chapter="15123",
  year="2005",
  month="august",
  pages="P104",
  type="conference paper"
}