Autonomous Reaction Control in Solution Plasma for Application to Nanosynthesis and Nanoprocessing

Research Project Outline

"Solution plasma" stands for discharge in liquid. The features of the plasma are quite different from discharge in gas phase. Recently, "solution plasma" is expected to be a novel reaction field. In this study, we develop new generation methods of "solution plasma" in nanobubbles in order to explore the possibility of the application to material processing. We also aim to establish the fundamentals of "solution plasma" by developing qualitative-quantitative analysis method for excited states and chemically active species in the solution. Finally, we design and create a new reactor for "solution plasma" with an autonomous reaction control device.

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Professor, Nagoya University
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Establishment of Innovative Manufacturing Technology Based on Nanoscience
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