Application of TR-LII for the study of carbon vapor condensation at room temperature
In: Laser-induced incandescence: Quantitative Interpretation, Modeling, Application, Intl. Bunsen Discussion Meeting and Workshop / Schulz, Christof (Hrsg.)
Duisburg, Germany (2005), S. ISSN 1613-0073, Vol. 195, CEUR Workshop Proceedings http://CEUR-ws.org/Vol-195/)
Buchaufsatz / Kapitel / Fach: Maschinenbau
Time-resolved laser-induced incandescence (LII) was applied for the investigation of carbon particle formation at room temperature. A supersaturated atomic carbon vapor was generated by laser photolysis of carbon suboxide. The growth of carbon particles was observed at 0.02 – 1 ms after photolysis. Values of thermal accommodation coefficients of Ar, He, CO and C3O2 molecules on the carbon particles surface were determined by the comparison of TR-LII particle sizes with data from Transmission Electron Microscopy.