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Gaseous chemistry for a Titan's atmospheric plasma experimental simulation

Abstract : We present the first study of gaseous composition monitoring for the PAMPRE experiment, which simulates Titan's atmospheric chemistry by radio-frequency N 2-CH 4 plasma. Methane consumption is quantified for various N 2-CH 4 gas mixtures. Moreover in situ mass spectrometry (MS) and ex-situ gas chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry (GC-MS) analyses reveal a large dominance of nitrile species in the gas phase chemistry.
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Nathalie Carrasco, Thomas Gautier, Ella Sciamma-O'Brien, Cyril Szopa, Guy Cernogora, et al.. Gaseous chemistry for a Titan's atmospheric plasma experimental simulation. European Planetary Science Congress 2010, Sep 2010, Rome, Italy. EPSC2010-418 (2p.). ⟨hal-00665789⟩

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