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Influence of Solid Surface Material on Ozone Decomposition

Originální název

Influence of Solid Surface Material on Ozone Decomposition

Anglický název

Influence of Solid Surface Material on Ozone Decomposition

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Ozone was generated by commercial ozonizer Lifetech with production efficiency up to 0.5 g of ozone per hour. Both technical and synthetic air (mixture of nitrogen and oxygen 80:20) with gas flow varying from 0.3 to 1.8 L/min was used for ozone production. Absolute ozone concentration was determined by iodometric titration and by spectrophotometry of oxidized iodine solution. Selected metal materials (iron, stainless steel, copper, brass and aluminium) in the form of hollow tubes were placed in Pyrex glass reactor during the experiment. Changes of ozone concentration produced at different experimental conditions (reaction time, input power, gas flow rate, gas composition) were compared with respect to the used material.

Anglický abstrakt

Ozone was generated by commercial ozonizer Lifetech with production efficiency up to 0.5 g of ozone per hour. Both technical and synthetic air (mixture of nitrogen and oxygen 80:20) with gas flow varying from 0.3 to 1.8 L/min was used for ozone production. Absolute ozone concentration was determined by iodometric titration and by spectrophotometry of oxidized iodine solution. Selected metal materials (iron, stainless steel, copper, brass and aluminium) in the form of hollow tubes were placed in Pyrex glass reactor during the experiment. Changes of ozone concentration produced at different experimental conditions (reaction time, input power, gas flow rate, gas composition) were compared with respect to the used material.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT35284,
  author="František {Krčma} and Zdenka {Kozáková} and Eliška {Krejsková} and Ivana {Totová} and Věra {Sázavská}",
  title="Influence of Solid Surface Material on Ozone Decomposition",
  annote="Ozone was generated by commercial ozonizer Lifetech with production efficiency up to 0.5 g of ozone per hour. Both technical and synthetic air (mixture of nitrogen and oxygen 80:20) with gas flow varying from 0.3 to 1.8 L/min was used for ozone production. Absolute ozone concentration was determined by iodometric titration and by spectrophotometry of oxidized iodine solution. Selected metal materials (iron, stainless steel, copper, brass and aluminium) in the form of hollow tubes were placed in Pyrex glass reactor during the experiment. Changes of ozone concentration produced at different experimental conditions (reaction time, input power, gas flow rate, gas composition) were compared with respect to the used material.",
  booktitle="Hakone XII - Book of contributed papers",
  chapter="35284",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2010",
  month="september",
  pages="306--310",
  type="conference paper"
}