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The use of thermally stimulated luminescence for rapid assessment of plasma treated particulate materials

Authors

RÁHEĽ Jozef MORÁVEK Tomáš ILČÍKOVÁ Martina

Year of publication 2017
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Proceedings of the XXXIII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PHENOMENA IN IONIZED GASES
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Science

Citation
Field Plasma physics
Keywords thermoluminescence, DCSBD
Description Thermally induced light emission (luminescence) is presented as a particularly suitable tool for monitoring the level of plasma surface activation. The method is relatively fast, exhibits a surprising sensitivity and allows evaluation of even poorly defined surface, which are typical for particulate materials. The examples of three distinct materials are presented – plasma activated PET flakes, cellulose fibres pulp and Al2O3 powders.
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