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Ozone Generation in the Practical Exercises of Applied Plasma Chemistry Course

KRČMA, F. STARÁ, Z.

Originální název

Ozone Generation in the Practical Exercises of Applied Plasma Chemistry Course

Anglický název

Ozone Generation in the Practical Exercises of Applied Plasma Chemistry Course

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en

Originální abstrakt

Contribution is focused on the Practical course from applied plasma chemistry that is implemented in master study program of applied chemistry at Faculty of Chemistry. The Ozone generation task is presented in details, including detail description of all sub-tasks focused mainly on the calibration of various technological methods such as flow control and light absorption. The other tasks are presented only with their aims and principles. Each task is carried out by the workgroup of two students within 150 minutes.

Anglický abstrakt

Contribution is focused on the Practical course from applied plasma chemistry that is implemented in master study program of applied chemistry at Faculty of Chemistry. The Ozone generation task is presented in details, including detail description of all sub-tasks focused mainly on the calibration of various technological methods such as flow control and light absorption. The other tasks are presented only with their aims and principles. Each task is carried out by the workgroup of two students within 150 minutes.

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@misc{BUT64759,
  author="František {Krčma} and Zdenka {Kozáková}",
  title="Ozone Generation in the Practical Exercises of Applied Plasma Chemistry Course",
  annote="Contribution is focused on the Practical course from applied plasma chemistry that is implemented in master study program of applied chemistry at Faculty of Chemistry. The Ozone generation task is presented in details, including detail description of all sub-tasks focused mainly on the calibration of various technological methods such as flow control and light absorption. The other tasks are presented only with their aims and principles. Each task is carried out by the workgroup of two students within 150 minutes.",
  chapter="64759",
  year="2007",
  month="november",
  type="lecture"
}