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Title: Nonequilibrium plasmachemical processes - the basis of future plasma technologies
Authors: Vlasov, Viktor Alekseevich
Pushkarev, A. I.
Remnev, Gennady Efimovich
Sazonov, R. V.
Sosnovskiy, S. A.
Keywords: nonequilibrium plasmachemical processes; plasma technologies; molecules; electronic conditions; chemical reactions; traditional manufactures; power inputs; productivity; pulse excitation; gas mixes; chain chemical processes; experimental data; plasma; pulse electronic beams; pulse radiolysis; liquid phase hydrocarbons; low temperature; high density; current; carbon-black formation; nonequilibrium conditions
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Томский политехнический университет
Citation: Nonequilibrium plasmachemical processes - the basis of future plasma technologies / V. A. Vlasov [et al.] // Bulletin of the Tomsk Polytechnic University. — 2007. — Vol. 311, № 2. — [P. 69-73].
Abstract: Laws of molecule excitation in basic electronic condition have been considered. It was shown that nonequilibrium excitation of oscillatory degrees of molecule freedom was the most effective for initiation of chemical reactions. Plasmachemical processes proceeding in such conditions have a number of advantages allowing at their use in traditional manufactures decreasing power inputs and increasing productivity. Conditions realized at pulse excitation of gas mixes are also favorable for organizing chain chemical processes. Experimental data of chain chemical process realization in plasma of pulse electronic beam were presented. Other perspective plasma technologies - pulse radiolysis of liquid phase hydrocarbons at low temperature in conditions of electronic beam influence with high current density,initiation of carbon-black formation process in nonequilibrium conditions were also considered
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/1294
ISSN: 1684-8519
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