Spectroscopic Methods for Concentration Measurements and Calibration of Reactive Gases

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dc.contributor.advisor Zelinger, Zdeněk en
dc.contributor.author Grigorová, Eva en
dc.date.accessioned 2011-02-07T09:55:26Z
dc.date.available 2011-02-07T09:55:26Z
dc.date.issued 2010 en
dc.identifier.other OSD002 cs
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10084/84147
dc.description Import 07/02/2011 cs
dc.description.abstract The topic of my dissertation is focused on utilization of spectroscopic methods for detection and measurement of various molecular systems that are interesting from the point of view of their reactivity and role that they play in atmospheric chemistry, astrochemistry, human body, or in simulated plasma processes. Description of the work is divided into four thematic parts describing four independently performed experiments. The very first analyses of the asymmetrical vibration ν4 band and the symmetrical ν2 band of the FCO2· radical, that belong among significant intermediate products of degradation processes of halogen hydrocarbons, were performed within this work. The detailed analysis led to determination of rotational constants, centrifugal distortion constants, and fine splitting constants of both bands. For the first time in history we performed the spectroscopically unambiguous identification of the molecular radical ion CS+ using the microwave spectroscopy with high spectral resolution in the frequency range of 414 to 622 GHz. The complex analysis allowed us to exactly determine the values of the rotational constant, fine splitting constant, and hyperfine splitting constant. It was also designed and performed experiments including measurements of spectra of cyan BrCN and CH3CN substances using the time resolved Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. It was studied behavior of these molecules and their disintegration products in the low temperature plasma environment. Finally, I have studied the ecological impact of ammonia on the environment and influence of trees on the amount of ammonia in the air, and designed and assembled the optoacoustic cell for the experimental arrangement of the laser optoacoustic detection method for measuring trace amounts of ammonia and other gaseous substances. cs
dc.format 123 l. : il. + 1 CD-R cs
dc.format.extent 3928804 bytes cs
dc.format.mimetype application/pdf cs
dc.language.iso cs en
dc.publisher Vysoká škola báňská - Technická univerzita Ostrava cs
dc.subject radical cs
dc.subject atmosphere cs
dc.subject spectroscopy cs
dc.subject astrochemistry cs
dc.subject ion cs
dc.subject human health cs
dc.subject plasma cs
dc.title Spectroscopic Methods for Concentration Measurements and Calibration of Reactive Gases cs
dc.title.alternative Spektroskopické metody pro koncentrační měření a kalibraci reaktivních prvků en
dc.type Disertační práce cs
dc.identifier.signature 201100126 cs
dc.identifier.location ÚK/Studovna cs
dc.contributor.referee Ricaud, Philipe en
dc.contributor.referee Wild, Jan en
dc.contributor.referee Balog, Karol en
dc.date.accepted 2010-12-15 en
dc.thesis.degree-name Ph.D. en
dc.thesis.degree-level Doktorský studijní program cs
dc.thesis.degree-grantor Vysoká škola báňská - Technická univerzita Ostrava. Fakulta bezpečnostního inženýrství cs
dc.description.category Prezenční cs
dc.description.department 040 - Katedra bezpečnostního managementu en
dc.thesis.degree-program Požární ochrana a průmyslová bezpečnost cs
dc.thesis.degree-branch Požární ochrana a bezpečnost cs
dc.description.result vyhověl cs
dc.identifier.sender S2720 cs
dc.identifier.thesis GRI024_FBI_P3908_3908V009_2010 en
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