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@article{8c0b3a9daf5f46d98851260a688708c9,
title = "Atmospheric pressure plasma produced inside a closed package by a dielectric barrier discharge in Ar/CO2 for bacterial inactivation of biological samples",
publisher = "Institute of Physics Publishing",
author = "Chiper, {Alina Silvia} and Weifeng Chen and Ole Mejlholm and Paw Dalgaard and Eugen Stamate",
year = "2011",
doi = "10.1088/0963-0252/20/2/025008",
volume = "20",
number = "2",
pages = "025008",
journal = "Plasma Sources Science and Technology",
issn = "0963-0252",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Atmospheric pressure plasma produced inside a closed package by a dielectric barrier discharge in Ar/CO2 for bacterial inactivation of biological samples

A1 - Chiper,Alina Silvia

A1 - Chen,Weifeng

A1 - Mejlholm,Ole

A1 - Dalgaard,Paw

A1 - Stamate,Eugen

AU - Chiper,Alina Silvia

AU - Chen,Weifeng

AU - Mejlholm,Ole

AU - Dalgaard,Paw

AU - Stamate,Eugen

PB - Institute of Physics Publishing

PY - 2011

Y1 - 2011

N2 - The generation and evaluation of a dielectric barrier discharge produced inside a closed package made of a commercially available packaging film and filled with gas mixtures of Ar/CO2 at atmospheric pressure is reported. The discharge parameters were analysed by electrical measurements and optical emission spectroscopy in two modes of operation: trapped gas atmosphere and flowing gas atmosphere. Gas temperature was estimated using the OH(A–X) emission spectrum and the rotational temperature reached a saturation level after a few minutes of plasma running. The rotational temperature was almost three times higher in the Ar/CO2 plasma compared with an Ar plasma. The efficiency of the produced plasma for the inactivation of bacteria on food inside the closed package was investigated.

AB - The generation and evaluation of a dielectric barrier discharge produced inside a closed package made of a commercially available packaging film and filled with gas mixtures of Ar/CO2 at atmospheric pressure is reported. The discharge parameters were analysed by electrical measurements and optical emission spectroscopy in two modes of operation: trapped gas atmosphere and flowing gas atmosphere. Gas temperature was estimated using the OH(A–X) emission spectrum and the rotational temperature reached a saturation level after a few minutes of plasma running. The rotational temperature was almost three times higher in the Ar/CO2 plasma compared with an Ar plasma. The efficiency of the produced plasma for the inactivation of bacteria on food inside the closed package was investigated.

KW - Plasma processing

KW - Plasmaprocessering

U2 - 10.1088/0963-0252/20/2/025008

DO - 10.1088/0963-0252/20/2/025008

JO - Plasma Sources Science and Technology

JF - Plasma Sources Science and Technology

SN - 0963-0252

IS - 2

VL - 20

SP - 025008

ER -