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Title: A New Technology of Bactericidal Processing of Koch’s Bacillus on the Basis of Pulsed Electromagnetic Radiation
Other Titles: Нова технологія бактерицидної обробки бактерій Коха на основі імпульсного електромагнітного випромінювання
Authors: Chumakov, Vladimir
Taranchuk, Alla
Michan, Victor
Stetsiuk, Victor
Keywords: Pulsed Electromagnetic Radiation;capacitive storage;forplasma;magneto-plasma compressor;hard ultraviolet;pulse sterilizer;biomedical technologies;bactericidal and sterilizing processin;Koch’s bacillus
Issue Date: 24-Apr-2018
Citation: A New Technology of Bactericidal Processing of Koch’s Bacillus on the Basis of Pulsed Electromagnetic Radiation / V. Chumakov, A. Taranchuk, V. Stetsiuk, V. Michan // 2018 IEEE 38th International Conference on electronics and nanotechnology (ELNANO-2018) : conference proceeding, April 24-26, 2018. – Kyiv, 2018. – P. 271-276.
Abstract: The technology of bactericidal and sterilizing processing of Koch’s Bacillus on the basis of pulsed electromagnetic ultraviolet (UV) radiation has been proposed. This technology is based on the pulse method of bactericidal processing of objects with low-temperature plasma using pulse sterilizer developed by the authors. The mathematical model of generating broadband pulsed radiation by the source of powerful optical radiation, based on the technique of charged particles accelerator, has been developed. The structure of the electromagnetic radiation source of the high-intensity optical range has been presented. The research of the bactericidal effect of pulsed UV radiation on Koch’s bacillus has been conducted.
URI: http://elar.khnu.km.ua/jspui/handle/123456789/6414
UDC: 621.373.4
metadata.dc.type: Стаття
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