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Reduction of corrosion layers on glass surfaces using underwater discharge

MAZÁNKOVÁ, V. HLOCHOVÁ, L. VAŠÍČEK, M. KRČMA, F. GRAHAM, W.

Originální název

Reduction of corrosion layers on glass surfaces using underwater discharge

Anglický název

Reduction of corrosion layers on glass surfaces using underwater discharge

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en

Originální abstrakt

This study extends our research on the plasma treatment of metal surfaces. In these experiments, a low voltage device with multi-electrode system in water solutions were used for plasma generation at power of 5 W. Treated samples were beads, waste from blowing glass, pieces from vessels, ingots from glass and ceramics. Different experimental conditions were used. The optimal treatment conditions for cleaning of the samples were at 0.9% water solution of sodium chloride (solution conductivity of 13 mS/cm) and at a distance of treated sample about 1 mm from the multi-electrode head. The treatment process was monitored by optical emission spectroscopy. The changes on the surface were visible and the SEM/ EDX analysis will be performed.

Anglický abstrakt

This study extends our research on the plasma treatment of metal surfaces. In these experiments, a low voltage device with multi-electrode system in water solutions were used for plasma generation at power of 5 W. Treated samples were beads, waste from blowing glass, pieces from vessels, ingots from glass and ceramics. Different experimental conditions were used. The optimal treatment conditions for cleaning of the samples were at 0.9% water solution of sodium chloride (solution conductivity of 13 mS/cm) and at a distance of treated sample about 1 mm from the multi-electrode head. The treatment process was monitored by optical emission spectroscopy. The changes on the surface were visible and the SEM/ EDX analysis will be performed.

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@misc{BUT109499,
  author="Věra {Mazánková} and Lenka {Holíková} and Michal {Vašíček} and František {Krčma} and William {Graham}",
  title="Reduction of corrosion layers on glass surfaces using underwater discharge",
  annote="This study extends our research on the plasma treatment of metal surfaces. In these experiments, a low voltage device with multi-electrode system in water solutions were used for plasma generation at power of 5 W. Treated samples were beads, waste from blowing glass, pieces from vessels, ingots from glass and ceramics. Different experimental conditions were used. The optimal treatment conditions for cleaning of the samples were at 0.9% water solution of sodium chloride (solution conductivity of 13 mS/cm) and at a distance of treated sample about 1 mm from the multi-electrode head. The treatment process was monitored by optical emission spectroscopy. The changes on the surface were visible and the SEM/ EDX analysis will be performed.",
  address="European Physical Society",
  booktitle="Europhysics Conference Abstract Booklet - ESCAMPIG XXII",
  chapter="109499",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="European Physical Society",
  year="2014",
  month="july",
  pages="P1-04-02-1--P1-04-02-2",
  publisher="European Physical Society",
  type="miscellaneous"
}