Characteristics of Bipolar Nanosecond Discharges in Air Formed in the Electrode System “BLADE-SURFACE of Nonmetallic Liquid -BLADE”

Alexander Shuaibov, Alexander Minya, Igor Shevera, Antonina Malinina, Roksolana Grytsak, Alexander Malinin, Zoltan Gomoki, Vladislav Danilo

Abstract


Curcumin The design of the device for producing a high-current, bipolar nanosecond discharge over the surface of a non-metallic liquid (water, electrolytes, alcohols, etc.) in air is given. Air pressure is ranged from 5 to 101 kPa. The distance between the tip of the blade and the surface of water or liquid (5% solution of copper sulfate in distilled water) was 4 mm, and the distance between parallel metal blades was 40 mm. The conditions for uniform plasma overlapping of the electrolyte surface between the metal blades are established. The spatial, electrical, and optical characteristics of the discharge are investigated. It is shown that the discharge under study allows obtaining colloidal solutions of copper nanoparticles in distilled water in a macroscopic amount (1 liter or more). The developed reactor is of interest for use in poisonous chemical solution disinfection systems, solutions based on dangerous bacteria and viruses for which the use of traditional systems with a point spark discharge or a barrier discharge becomes ineffective. The rector is also promising for the synthesis of colloidal solutions of transition metal oxide nanoparticles from solutions of the corresponding salts. These solutions can be used in micro-nanotechnology and for antibacterial treatment of plants in greenhouses, processing of medical instruments and materials.

Keywords


Nanosecond discharge, Distilled water, Copper sulphate, Electrolytes, Alcohols, Colloidal solutions, Copper nanoparticles.

Full Text:

View Full Text

References


Piskarev IM, Ivanova IP, Samodelkin AG, Ivaschenko MN. Initiation and investigation of free-radical processes in biological experiments, Novgorod. Nizhny Novgorod State Agricultural Academy. 2016; p. 140.

Arkhipova EV, Ivanova IP. Membrane Structural Condition and Functional Activity of Peritoneal Macrophages after Gas Discharge Exposure. Medical Technologies in Medicine/Sovremennye Tehnologii v Medicine. 2017 Sep 1;9(3).

Piskarev IM, Astaf'eva KA, Ivanova IP. Sources of Gas-Discharge Plasma: Effect of the Absorbed Dose and Active Particle Composition on Physicochemical Transformations in Biological Substrates. Medical Technologies in Medicine/Sovremennye Tehnologii v Medicine. 2018 Jun 1;10(2).

Vasilyak LM. Application of pulsed electrical discharge lamps for bactericidal treatment. Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry. 2009 Feb 1;45(1):26-34.

Wasserman AL, Shandala MG, Yuzbashev VG. The use of ultraviolet bactericidal irradiators for disinfecting indoor air. Overview of the current state of the problem. Epidemiology and hygiene-Journal issued by Medical Alphabet. 2013 3: 24-30.

Shuaibov AK, Shimon LL, Dashchenko AI, Shevera IV. Excimer low pressure emitter for the spectral region of 170-310 nm. Instruments and Experimental Technique. 2002, 1: 104-106.

Shuaibov A, Gritzak R. Optical characteristics of UV–VUV lamps on the electronic-vibrational transitions of the hydroxyl radical pumped by a nanosecond capacitive discharge. High Voltage. 2017 Jul 11;2(2):78-81.

Shuiabov OK, Grabova IA, Shevera IV. Gas-discharge UV-VUF exciplex and halogen lamps of low pressure. Monograph. Uzhgorod. Uzhhorod National University "Hoverla". 2018, p. 260.

Shuyabov OK, Hrytsak RV. Ultraviolet lamps on radicals of hydroxyl and exciplex molecules with pumping by barrier nanosecond discharge. Monograph, Uzhhorod, Uzhhorod National University "Hoverla", 2018, p. 114.

Sosnin EA, Tarasenko VF, Panarin VA, Skakun VS. Apokamp: a new type of plasma jet. Horizons in World Physics. (Ed. A. Remer) NOVA Science, 2017, (292) 5-51.

Hozák P, Scholtz V, Khun J, Mertová D, Vaňková E, Julák J. Further contribution to the chemistry of plasma-activated water: influence on bacteria in planktonic and biofilm forms. Plasma Physics Reports. 2018 Sep 1;44(9):799-804.

Piskarev IM. Effect of Spark Discharge Plasma on Water, Physiological Saline, and Hanks’ Solution. High Energy Chemistry. 2018 Jul 1;52(4):348-54.

Vaulin DN, Yershov AP, Kamenschikov SA, Chernikov VA. High-voltage pulse discharge propagating along a water surface. High Temperature. 2011 Jun 1;49(3):356-62.

Shuaibov AK, Neimet II, Sinishin AA, Kindrat SS, Shevera VS. Characteristics of a quasi-stationary XeCl excimer laser with plasma electrodes. UkFiZ. 1989 Apr;34:535-7.

Shuaibov AK, Chuchman MP, Mesarosh LV. Characteristics of a glow discharge in atmospheric pressure air over the water surface. Technical Physics. 2014 Jun 1;59(6):847-51.

Shuiabov OK, Minya Ya O, Gomoki ZT, Shevera IV, Danilo VV. Method of synthesis of copper oxide nanostructures in nanosecond discharge with electrolytic cathode. Patent UA, No. 118235 С2 Jul, 2018.

Shuaibov AK, Minya AI, Enedi AL, Shevera IV, Gomoki ZT, Danilo VV. Characteristics of a nanosecond discharge with a liquid nonmetallic electrode in the air. Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry. 2018 Jan 1;54(1):1-5.

Shuiabov OK, Minya OY, Gomoki ZT, Shevera IV, Danilo VV. A method of ignition of a spatially homogeneous discharge of atmospheric pressure in a system with a water electrode. Patent for utility model. Application number: U 2016 05309; Date of application: 16.05.2016; The date from which the rights to the utility model are valid: 10.11.2016; Publication of information about the issuance of a patent: 10.11.2016, Bul. No. 21

Shuaibov AK, Vasil C. Parameters of high current nanosecond discharge in air wich electrolytic electrode. International scientic-technical magazine “Measuring and computing devices in technological processes”. 2016; 56(3): 45-48.

Shulgina TA. Aqueous solution of copper nanoparticles and its antimicrobial activity. Advances in current natural sciences. 2012; 12: 143-143.

Egorova EM. Biological effects of metal nanoparticles. Medical Science. 2014, 350.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.36462/H.BioSci.20207

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Copyright (c) 2020 Shuaibov et al.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

...........................................................................................................................................................

Other "Highlights in" Journals

Highlights_in_BioScience

Highlights in Bioinformatics              Highlights in Chemistry                 Highlights in Science

Highlights_in_BioScience

Highlights in Microbiology              Highlights in Plant Science

Free counters!


........................................................................................................................................

International Library of Science "Highlights in" is an Open Access Scientific Publishers, aiming to science and knowledge support
Copyright 2018-2020 All copyrights are reserved by International Library of Science "Highlights in"