In-liquid Visualization of Phenol during Plasma Purification

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Project Description

In-liquid plasma generation is of interest topic due to intrinsic physics behind as well as a wide range of applications. This project consists of in-water electrical discharges with gas bubbles to investigate a degradation of phenol as a model contaminant. Particularly, a laser induced fluorescence will be adopted to visualize a spatial distribution of phenol when it is being decomposed.​​​
Program - Mechanical Engineering
Division - Physical Sciences and Engineering
Center Affiliation - Clean Combustion Research Center
Field of Study - ​Mechanical Engineering

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Researcher

Min Suk Cha

Min Suk Cha

Desired Project Deliverables

​Cross sectional imaging of phenol distribution with bubbles in water and Submission to a peer reviewed journal​