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Mimic's of Titan's Atmosphere Chemistry by Atmospheric Pressure Glow Discharge: Review of Recent Experimental Results

TÖRÖKOVÁ, L. HORVÁTH, G. KRČMA, F. MASON, N. MATEJČÍK, Š.

Originální název

Mimic's of Titan's Atmosphere Chemistry by Atmospheric Pressure Glow Discharge: Review of Recent Experimental Results

Anglický název

Mimic's of Titan's Atmosphere Chemistry by Atmospheric Pressure Glow Discharge: Review of Recent Experimental Results

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en

Originální abstrakt

Titan is the largest moon in Saturn's lunar system and it has been a subject of interest to astronomers, planetary scientists as well as chemists because its atmospheric conditions are thought to have resembled to those conditions on the Earth several billion years ago. Many organic compounds as hydrocarbons and nitriles were confirmed in that atmosphere. These laboratory experiments shown that various complex compounds can be formed, for example the higher hydrocarbons, nitriles or even amino acids. The FTIR and GC-MS techniques are frequently used for these compounds determination. Atmospheric pressure DC glow discharge was created at atmospheric pressure between stainless steel electrodes with 2 mm gap. The discharge was operated at applied power from 4 to 15 W in pure nitrogen enriched by 1-5 % of methane and plus 1 % of hydrogen or 1 % of carbon dioxide. The maximum flow rate was about 200 sccm, a laboratory temperature and atmospheric pressure were in our experiments.

Anglický abstrakt

Titan is the largest moon in Saturn's lunar system and it has been a subject of interest to astronomers, planetary scientists as well as chemists because its atmospheric conditions are thought to have resembled to those conditions on the Earth several billion years ago. Many organic compounds as hydrocarbons and nitriles were confirmed in that atmosphere. These laboratory experiments shown that various complex compounds can be formed, for example the higher hydrocarbons, nitriles or even amino acids. The FTIR and GC-MS techniques are frequently used for these compounds determination. Atmospheric pressure DC glow discharge was created at atmospheric pressure between stainless steel electrodes with 2 mm gap. The discharge was operated at applied power from 4 to 15 W in pure nitrogen enriched by 1-5 % of methane and plus 1 % of hydrogen or 1 % of carbon dioxide. The maximum flow rate was about 200 sccm, a laboratory temperature and atmospheric pressure were in our experiments.

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@misc{BUT101798,
  author="Lucie {Töröková} and Gabriel {Horváth} and František {Krčma} and Nigel {Mason} and Štefan {Matejčík}",
  title="Mimic's of Titan's Atmosphere Chemistry by Atmospheric Pressure Glow Discharge: Review of Recent Experimental Results",
  annote="Titan is the largest moon in Saturn's lunar system and it has been a subject of interest to astronomers, planetary scientists as well as chemists because its atmospheric conditions are thought to have resembled to those conditions on the Earth several billion years ago. Many organic compounds as hydrocarbons and nitriles were confirmed in that atmosphere. These laboratory experiments shown that various complex compounds can be formed, for example the higher hydrocarbons, nitriles or even amino acids. The FTIR and GC-MS techniques are frequently used for these compounds determination. Atmospheric pressure DC glow discharge was created at atmospheric pressure between stainless steel electrodes with 2 mm gap. The discharge was operated at applied power from 4 to 15 W in pure nitrogen enriched by 1-5 % of methane and plus 1 % of hydrogen or 1 % of carbon dioxide. The maximum flow rate was about 200 sccm, a laboratory temperature and atmospheric pressure were in our experiments.",
  address="Open Universitz",
  booktitle="COST Action CM0805 The Chemical Cosmos – Final Annual Conference – Abstract Book",
  chapter="101798",
  institution="Open Universitz",
  year="2013",
  month="april",
  pages="28--28",
  publisher="Open Universitz",
  type="abstract"
}