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|Title: ||Comparative study of chemical probes for ozone detection|
|Authors: ||Castello Beltran, Carlos|
Buckley, Benjamin R.
|Issue Date: ||2014|
|Publisher: ||Lorentz Center|
|Citation: ||CASTELLO BELTRAN, C., BUCKLEY, B.R. and IZA, F., 2014. Comparative study of chemical probes for ozone detection. Presented at: Gas/Plasma-Liquid Interface: Transport, Chemistry and Fundamental Data Workshop, 4th-8th August 2014, Leiden, The Netherlands.|
|Abstract: ||Plasma composition is typically studied by absorption and emission spectroscopy, mass spectrometry and computational studies. While these techniques
provide valuable information about the chemical species in the gas phase, in many applications it is desirable to have a direct measurement of the dose of
chemical species delivered to a particular target. For this purpose, chemical probes are particularly interesting as they can provide an inexpensive means for
determining the dose of a particular compound.
A number of chemical probes have recently been used by the plasma community, particularly those working in plasma medicine and with plasmas interacting
with liquids. Generally, however, these probes were not initially intended for use in plasma environments and therefore, it is important to assess their
suitability and identify any selectivity issue that could affect the correct interpretation of the measurements. Here, we report on a comparative study of three
chemical probes aimed at the quantitative detection of ozone (Table 1): Indigo Carmine and two DCF-derived fluorescent probes.|
|Description: ||This poster was presented at the Gas/Plasma-Liquid Interface: Transport, Chemistry and Fundamental Data Workshop August 2014.|
|Sponsor: ||This work was supported by the EPSRC (UK).|
|Version: ||Accepted for publication|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Papers and Contributions (Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering)|
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