The effect of carbon concentration on rotational plasma temperature of carbon arc in helium
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In this work, we present the results of a spectroscopic investigation of the emission from C-2 radicals of carbon arc in inert gas-helium. The rotational temperature Of C-2 radicals was determined in dependence of electrode-anode- diameter. It was found that the rotational temperature of diatomic carbon molecules decreased when electrode diameter decreased. The pressure dependence on rotational temperature has shown that the rotational temperature Of C-2 decreased with the increase of gas pressure.
Source:2003, 76, 233-236
- Publications of the Astronomical Observatory of Belgrade Series, 4th Serbian Conference on Spectral Line Shapes, Oct 10-15, 2003, Arandelovac, Yugoslavia