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Plasma Chemistry and Gas Conversion

Edited by Nikolay Britun

University of Mons

Co-editor:

Tiago Silva

University of Lisbon

Low-temperature non-equilibrium gaseous discharges represent nearly ideal media for boosting plasma-based chemical reactions. In these discharges the energy of plasma electrons, after being received from the electromagnetic field, is transferred to the other degrees of freedom differently, ideally with only a small part going to the translational motion of heavy gas particles. This unique property enables the important application of non-equilibrium plasmas for greenhouse gas conversion. While the degree of discharge non-equilibrium often defines the energetic efficiency of conversion, other factors are also of a great importance, such as type of discharge, presence of plasma catalysis, etc. This book is focused on the recent achievements in optimization and understanding of non-equilibrium plasma for gas conversion via plasma modeling and experimental work.

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Plasma Chemistry and Gas ConversionEdited by Nikolay Britun

Published: December 19th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.76273

ISBN: 978-1-78984-841-0

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-840-3

Copyright year: 2018

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1. Introductory Chapter: Plasma Chemistry for Better CO2 Conversion

By Nikolay Britun and Tiago Silva

225

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2. Modeling for a Better Understanding of Plasma-Based CO2 Conversion

By Annemie Bogaerts, Ramses Snoeckx, Georgi Trenchev and Weizong Wang

272

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3. Plasma-Enabled Dry Methane Reforming

By Zunrong Sheng, Seigo Kameshima, Kenta Sakata and Tomohiro Nozaki

387

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4. Progress in Plasma-Assisted Catalysis for Carbon Dioxide Reduction

By Guoxing Chen, Ling Wang, Thomas Godfroid and Rony Snyders

340

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