||Optimum Production of Atomic Oxygen for Use in Analytical Technology.
Milne, Dale J. ;
Henr, Joseph D. ;
||Ozone Research and Equipment Corp., Phoenix, Ariz.
( Ozone ;
Laboratory equipment ;
Nitrogen oxides ;
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A project was undertaken to investigate the feasibility of generating atomic oxygen by chemically induced catalytic decomposition of ozone at near ambient temperatures. The scope of this work was to perform a complete literature survey to discover chemicals known to decompose ozone and then to introduce these into a linear analytical set-up in which operating parameters could be varied to establish optimum production of atomic oxygen as a function of ozone decomposition. The report consists of eight sections in which the following information is presented: Literature Research - a list of selected references are given; Results of Literature Research - presents chemicals selected as candidates for the decomposition of ozone and presents data confirmed by survey: Initial Experimentation; Analysis of Initial Experimentation; Final Experimentation; and Conclusions.