Influence of solution properties and gas addition on hydrogen peroxide production by a novel plasma source
Keywords:discharge in liquids, hydrogen peroxide, gas addition, solution properties
The paper evaluates concentration of hydrogen peroxide produced by a novel pin-hole plasma source in electrolyte solutions with or without gas addition. An effective production rate of hydrogen peroxide is decreased by the increased argon as well as oxygen flow rate through the plasma region. Further, it is enhanced by higher solution conductivity while it is decreased in the strongly basic conditions with the highest pH values.
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