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Experimental Analysis of Characterization of Aerosol Sediments Formed by Plasma-Induced CS2 Destruction Processes
Auteur(s)
TSAI Cheng-Hsien ; LIN Yuan-Chung ; CHEN Hong-Ying ; ...
Résumé
Removal of odorous carbon disulfide (CS2) can be carried out via destructing into solid aerosols and gaseous products by using a radiofrequency (rf) discharge approach. A large amount of depositions at the glow discharge zone as well as traces of plasma-polymerized films at the afterglow discharge zone was formed. The structures of the aerosol sediments were identified in this study. The composition analysis showed that at inlet O2/CS2 ratio (R) = 0.6, elemental sulfur with an S8 structure was the dominant component, while a carbon-rich compound with consisting mainly of carbon polymers Cn, sulfur polymers Sn, and the -CSC- moiety was found at R = 0. XPS analysis indicated that CS2.84 film and CS1.77 film were produced at R = 0.6 and 0, respectively, and were mainly composed of a three-dimensional irregular network with a repeating unit, rather different from the structure of the deposition substances. Structure identification of solid sediments provided helpful insight for inferring the mechanisms of the CS2 plasma-induced decomposition and polymerization processes in a low-pressure environment.
Editeur
Liebert
Identifiant
ISSN : 1092-8758
Source
Environmental engineering science A. 2008, vol. 25, n° 6, pp. 821-827 [7 pages] [bibl. : 3/4 p.]
Langue
Anglais
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