Long-Lived Plasma Process, Created by Impulse Discharge in Micro-Disperse Droplet Environment
Keywords:dynamic plasma–liquid system, plasma-chemical processing, ultrasonic nebulization, droplet micro-disperse environment.
AbstractThe processes of organic compound (phenol and cation-active surfactants) destruction in water solutions, which stay under the influence of plasma treatment have been investigated in different dynamic plasma-liquid systems (PLS) with discharges in droplet micro-disperse environments (DMDE). The long-lived plasma process with separate spectral properties has been observed for pulsed discharge in DMDE. The approximate computer model is being proposed for a description of this effect. According to the introduced model this long-lived process is the aggregation of correlated discharges between charged droplets.
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