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18.05.2018: SFB-TR 87 goes to the third funding period

The SFB-TR 87 Pulsed high-power plasmas for the synthesis of nanostructured functional layers will be funded in the 3rd research period until June 2022. The Group of Prof. Benedikt is a principal investigator of the research project Control of Permeation of Nanocomposite Materials with one PhD position.

Link SFB-TR 87

 

19.04.2018: New publication

The paper focuses on the reaction mechanisms of plasma-generated oxygen atoms in aqueous solutions. The effluent from a plasma source operated with standard and 18O-labeled O2 gas was used to treat water in the presence of phenol as a chemical probe. Comparing mass spectrometry and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry data of the solutions treated with plasma under normal and labeled oxygen provides clear evidence that O(aq) originating from the gas phase enters the liquid and reacts directly with phenol, without any intermediate reactions. Additionally, the atmospheric-pressure plasma source demonstrates great potential to be an effective source of O(aq) atoms without the requirement for any precursors in the liquid phase.

The fate of plasma-generated oxygen atoms in aqueous solutions

The fate of plasma-generated oxygen atoms in aqueous solutions.

 

 

 

09.03.2018: DPG spring meeting in Erlangen

On Monday, 5th March 2018, the 82nd DPG Spring Meeting started in Erlangen. For four days, scientists from all over Germany met to discuss their latest results on atomic, molecular, plasma physics, and quantum optics.The AG Benedikt from Kiel University also joined the meeting with four poster presentations and seven oral contributions. 

DPG spring meeting 2018

 

Scientific visit

Dr. Kateřina Herynková, Martin Müller and Dr. Ondrej E. Cibulka from the Department of Thin Films and Nanostructures, Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic visited in November 2017 Prof. Dr. Jan Benedikt (DAAD Project Atmospheric plasma-based generation of silicon nanocrystals for future energy applications). Dr. Herynková gave a lecture with the title "Luminescing silicon nanoparticles for optoelectronic and biological applications".

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