RAPID Reactive Atmospheric Plasma processIng eDucation network Marie-Curie Initial Training Network (MC-ITN): ESR 4 Unraveling the plasma chemistry in an atmospheric-pressure dielectric barrier discharge used for gas conversion
The chemistry in plasma produced from mixtures of CO2 and water in a DBD will be unraveled. Insights in the chemistry will open up new routes to convert greenhouse gases into fuels, avoiding the (intermediate) syngas- production and storage step. The aim is (a) to find the optimum operation conditions of the discharge, (b) The proper choice of dielectric material in the discharge gap to obtain the highest conversion yields, and (c) the optimum plasma-reactor design.
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Early stage researcher or 0-4 yrs (Post graduate)
First Stage Researcher (R1)
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