Plasma Activated Synthesis of Macromolecular Compound

V. Chernyak, V. Iukhymenko, K. Iukhymenko, O. Prysiazhna, D. Hamazin, E. Oberemok, V. Kyslenko, A. Liptuga

Abstract


The paper is devoted to study of the plasma-activated synthesis of organic compounds with optically activity. Synthesis was carried out in plasma-liquid system with a rotating gliding discharge submerged in a liquid. The initial reagents of synthesis were ethanol, ammonia, and CO2. The possibility of the influence of the electric field direction on the optical activity of the products of plasma-activated synthesis is shown.

Keywords


plasma; synthesis; chirality; plasma-liquid system; CO2; polarimetry

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