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Plasma Assisted Decontamination of Biological and Chemical Agents / Edition 1

Plasma Assisted Decontamination of Biological and Chemical Agents / Edition 1


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781402084409
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 07/23/2008
Series: NATO Science for Peace and Security Series A: Chemistry and Biology
Edition description: 2008
Pages: 311
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Preface. 1. Plasma for Bio-decontamination. 1.1 Biological Decontamination Using an Atmospheric Pressure Resistive Barrier Plasma Discharge; I. Alexeff et al.- 1.2 Plasma for Air and Water Sterilization; A. Gutsol et al.- 1.3 Pulsed Submerged Arc Plasma Disinfection of Water: Bacteriological Results and an Exploration of Possible Mechanisms; R. L. Boxman et al.- 1.4 Antimicrobial Treatment of Heat Sensitive Products by Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Sources; R. Bradenburg et al.- 1.5 Cold Plasma – a Powerful Agent for Biological Applications; V. A. Gostev et al.- 1.6 Preliminary Evaluation of a Low Power Pulsed Corona Discharge for Characterization of Liquids; D. Staack et al.-1.7 Concurrent Treatment of Chemical and Biological Contaminants in Water by a Pulsed Arc Electrohydraulic Discharge; J. S. Chang and K. Urashima.- 2. Plasma for Chemical Decontamination. 2.1 Multi-Pollutant Gas Removal Characteristics of Corona Discharge Radical Shower-Catalyst Hybrid System for Treatment of Jet Engine Test Cell Flue Gases; K. Urashima and J. S. Chang.-2.2 Pulsed Corona Plasma Pilot Plant for VOC Abatement in Industrial Streams; A. Fridman and A. Gutsol.- 2.3 Degradation of Organics Compounds and Production of Activated Species in Dielectric Barrier Discharges and Glidarc Reactors; J. M. Cormier et al.-2.4 Mechanisms of Conversion of Heavy Hydrocarbons in Biogas Initiated by Pulsed Corona Discharges; V. A. Bityurin et al.- 2.5 Plasma Methods for Toxic Wastes Processing; S. A. Zhdanok and A. L. Mosse.-2.6 Environmental Control Plasma Educational Laboratory; V. Genis et al.- 3. Plasma Decontamination in Medicine.3.1 Cold Plasma Treatment of in vitro Dental Plaque; S. K. Foloche et al.-3.2 Applications of Non Thermal Atmospheric Pressure Plasma in Medicine; S. Kalghatgi et al.- 3.3 Penetration of Dielectric Barrier Discharge Treatment into Fluid for Biomedical Applications; G. Fridman et al.- 3.4 Plasma Surface Modification of Three Dimensional Poly(-Caprolactone) Scaffoldsfor Tissue Engineering Application; E. D. Yildirim et al.- 3.5 Plasma Assisted Surface Modification Processes for Biomedical Materials and Devices;P. Favia et al.- 4. Electric Discharges for Plasma Decontamination.4.1 Nano-Second Dielectric Barrier Discharge for Direct Medical Applications;H. Ayan et al.-4.2 Uniform and Filamentary Nature of Continuous-Wave and Pulsed Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma; M. Cooper et al.- 4.3 Continuous and Pulse Power Supplies for Different Plasma Applications; N. Medvedeva and D.Medvedev.-4.4 Plasma and Gas Discharge Methods of Air and Gas Purification;D. Medvedev et al.- 4.5 Model for Development of Electric Breakdown in Liquids and Stability Analysis; Y. Yang et al.-. 4.6 Simulation of Atmospheric Pressure Non-thermal Plasma Discharges for Surface Decontamination Applications; T. Farouk et al.- 4.7 Detection of Solar Plasma Influence on the Satellite Channel of Communication; K. A. Karimov and R. D. Gainutdinova.-4.8 Simple’ Diagnostics of the Low Pressure Plasmas in Chemically-Active Media;D. K. Otorbaev .-

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