Volume 68, Number 5, December 2004
|Page(s)||652 - 657|
|Section||Physics of gases, plasmas and electric discharges|
|Published online||27 October 2004|
Infrared spectral investigation of the linseed oil polymerization in a corona discharge in air at atmospheric pressure
National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics, MG-36 Bucharest, Magurele, Romania
Accepted: 1 October 2004
In this paper we have demonstrated that the negative and positive corona discharge in air at atmospheric pressure is a convenient physical method for the initiation of the high-reaction-rate polymerization process of the linseed oil. The different stages of the polymerization process were investigated by infrared (IR) spectroscopy and the formation of the linseed oil polymer was evaluated by the presence of the -- bands.
PACS: 52.80.Hc – Glow; corona / 33.20.Ea – Infrared spectra / 81.05.Lg – Polymers and plastics; rubber; synthetic and natural fibers; organometallic and organic materials
© EDP Sciences, 2004
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