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Diagnostics of Diaphragm Discharge in Electrolytes by Optical Emission Spectroscopy

SÁZAVSKÁ, V. KOZÁKOVÁ, Z. HLOCHOVÁ, L. KRČMA, F. SLAVÍČEK, P. MAZÁNKOVÁ, V.

Originální název

Diagnostics of Diaphragm Discharge in Electrolytes by Optical Emission Spectroscopy

Anglický název

Diagnostics of Diaphragm Discharge in Electrolytes by Optical Emission Spectroscopy

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper deals with diagnostics of the diaphragm discharge generated in electrolyte solutions using DC non-pulsed high voltage up to 2 kV. Based on emission spectra recorded over the UV-VIS region (250-700 nm), plasma parameters such as rotational temperature, electron temperature, and electron density have been determined. Obtained results are compared with respect to the input power, electrode polarity, and initial conductivity of NaCl solution. Both rotational and electron temperature decrease with the increasing input power. Electron temperature and electron density are higher on the cathode side of the diaphragm.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper deals with diagnostics of the diaphragm discharge generated in electrolyte solutions using DC non-pulsed high voltage up to 2 kV. Based on emission spectra recorded over the UV-VIS region (250-700 nm), plasma parameters such as rotational temperature, electron temperature, and electron density have been determined. Obtained results are compared with respect to the input power, electrode polarity, and initial conductivity of NaCl solution. Both rotational and electron temperature decrease with the increasing input power. Electron temperature and electron density are higher on the cathode side of the diaphragm.

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@misc{BUT73710,
  author="Věra {Sázavská} and Zdenka {Kozáková} and Lenka {Holíková} and František {Krčma} and Pavel {Slavíček} and Věra {Mazánková}",
  title="Diagnostics of Diaphragm Discharge in Electrolytes by Optical Emission Spectroscopy",
  annote="The paper deals with diagnostics of the diaphragm discharge generated in electrolyte solutions using DC non-pulsed high voltage up to 2 kV. Based on emission spectra recorded over the UV-VIS region (250-700 nm), plasma parameters such as rotational temperature, electron temperature, and electron density have been determined. Obtained results are compared with respect to the input power, electrode polarity, and initial conductivity of NaCl solution. Both rotational and electron temperature decrease with the increasing input power. Electron temperature and electron density are higher on the cathode side of the diaphragm.",
  address="IUPAC",
  booktitle="Proceedings of ISPC XX",
  chapter="73710",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="IUPAC",
  year="2011",
  month="july",
  pages="08--11",
  publisher="IUPAC",
  type="miscellaneous"
}