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Investigation of ozone zero phenomenon using new electrode and surface analysis technique

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 July 2011

M. Taguchi
Affiliation:
R&D Center, Metawater Co. Ltd, 2908511 Ichihara, Chiba, Japan
Y. Ochiai
Affiliation:
Graduate School, Chiba Institute of Technology, 2750016, Chiba, Japan
R. Kawagoe
Affiliation:
Graduate School, Chiba Institute of Technology, 2750016, Chiba, Japan
Y. Kato
Affiliation:
R&D Center, Metawater Co. Ltd, 2908511 Ichihara, Chiba, Japan
K. Teranishi
Affiliation:
Institute of Technology and Science, The University of Tokushima, 7708506, Tokushima, Japan
S. Suzuki
Affiliation:
Graduate School, Chiba Institute of Technology, 2750016, Chiba, Japan
H. Itoh
Affiliation:
Graduate School, Chiba Institute of Technology, 2750016, Chiba, Japan
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Abstract

Results of our experimental investigation on the ozone zero phenomenon suggested us the importance of the electrode surface condition. This means that the main cause of the phenomenon, that is, temporal decrease of ozone concentration at the outlet of DBD type ozone generator and the recovery characteristics from the phenomenon are considered as the surface reaction process, which are influenced strongly by the surface condition. The surface condition is never constant during the ozone generation and varies gradually or remarkably with time depending on the experimental conditions. Therefore we have been continued to make clear the cause of the phenomenon, for example, the reproducibility of the phenomenon, using new electrodes and together with the surface analysis technique etc. In this paper, we describe on the above results and discussion.

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K. Murayama, N. Matsumura, M. Taguchi, Y. Katoh, K. Teranishi, S. Suzuki, H. Itoh, Hakone XI, Contrib. Pap. (France, 2008), pp. 266–270
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M. Taguchi, Y. Kato, H. Itoh, Properties of ozone generation using high purity gas, Hakone XII, Trencianke Teplice, Slovakia, 2010, Contrib. Paper, pp. 316–320
M. Taguchi, H. Matsushita, Properties of Ozone Generation using High Purity Oxygen Gas, The Papers of Technical Meeting on Electrical Discharges IEE Japan (2003), p. ED-03-153 (in Japanese)
K. Murayama, Y. Ochiai, H. Kuragano, S. Suzuki, H. Itoh, K. Teranishi, M. Taguchi, Y. Katoh, IEE Japan (2010), p. 1–098 (in Japanese)

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