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High resolution infrared spectroscopy as diagnostic tool for combustion and plasma chemistry

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    0486043 - ÚFCH JH 2018 CZ eng C - Conference Paper (international conference)
    Zelinger, Zdeněk - Nevrlý, Václav - Grigorová, Eva - Bitala, P. - Dostál, Michal - Suchánek, Jan - Kubát, Pavel - Engst, Pavel - Ferus, Martin - Kubelík, Petr - Civiš, Svatopluk
    High resolution infrared spectroscopy as diagnostic tool for combustion and plasma chemistry.
    3rd General Meeting and Workshop on SECs in Industry. Scientific Programm. Prague: J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry of the AS CR in Prague, 2017 - (Zelinger, Z.)
    [General Meeting and Workshop on SECs in Industry /3./. Prague (CZ), 25.10.2017-27.10.2017]
    R&D Projects: GA MŠMT(CZ) LTC17071; GA ČR(CZ) GA17-05167s
    Grant - others:European Cooperation in Science & Technology(XE) CM1404
    Institutional support: RVO:61388955 ; RVO:61388998
    Keywords : spectroscopy * plasma chemistry * infrared spectra
    Subject RIV: CF - Physical ; Theoretical Chemistry

    Monitoring of transient species within combustion experiments (laminar flames, shock-tubes, flow reactors, etc.) is still relatively challenging task especially if application of non-invasive, i.e. optical detection methods is required. High resolution infrared spectroscopy is based on observation of the fine rotation structure that accompanies vibration transitions and thus provides direct information essential to characterization of both molecular structure and reaction dynamics. Thanks to its outstanding advantage enabling unambiguous assignment of specific molecular system according to its spectral feature, it can serve as a helpful tool for exploring complex reaction mechanisms as well as chemical reactivity of individual species present in laboratory flames or plasmas.
    Previous studies gaining new insights into combustion and plasma chemistry as well as our recent advances targeted towards application of high resolution infrared spectroscopy for species concentration measurement in laminar flames are summarized here below.
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