Atmospheric pressure plasma as CO source for biomedical applications

Abstract : In this work we developed a plasma source based on a Plasma Gun reactor able to generate small quantities of CO. The production fraction of CO molecules has been measured ex-situ by means of gas chromatography. We showed that the density is in the 100-10000 ppm range. The CO concentration can be controlled by varying the gas mixture and by tuning the applied voltage. In CO clinical application, the typical dose used is in the range of 100-1000 ppm. It means that this plasma reactor is suitable as CO source for biological applications.
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Claire Douat, Pablo Escot Bocanegra, Y. Zhu, Y Nozawa, Sebastien Dozias, et al.. Atmospheric pressure plasma as CO source for biomedical applications. 24th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry, Jun 2019, Naples, Italy. ⟨hal-02266488⟩

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