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Isotope effects of plasma chemical carbon oxidation in a magnetic field

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The influence of different factors on the plasma chemical reactions is widely studied today. However, insufficient consideration is given to the research of paramagnetic phenomena which takes place in plasma systems. The results of modeling the process of redistribution carbon isotopes between different phases while oxidizing it in high-frequency low-temperature plasma in an external magnetic field are shown in the article. The equilibrium concentrations of components involved in the oxidation process in a plasma system are defined. A principle possibility of isotope-selective plasma chemical reactions in a magnetic field was experimentally determined. The increase of concentration of 13C in the gas phase up to 1.3 times relative to natural abundance was obtained. It was found that the content of the carbon heavy isotope in the gas phase depends on the magnetic field action area. The best results were achieved with the combination of magnetic field impact area and the priority area of the appearance of plasma chemical reactions products.

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Myshkin, V. , Khan, V. , Izhoykin, D. and Ushakov, I. (2013) Isotope effects of plasma chemical carbon oxidation in a magnetic field. Natural Science, 5, 57-61. doi: 10.4236/ns.2013.51010.

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