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Control of Oxygen Concentration by Using a Carbonaceous Substance

Mohanad Jadan and Jihad Said Addasi


The control of oxygen concentration in gas flow may be used in chemical industry, heat power engineering, ecology, automobile construction and other industrial branches. This control is realized over a broad range of oxygen concentrations. The control of the oxygen concentration is based on passing of gas flow through a measuring cavity of radio spectrometer and measurement of a magnetic resonance signal. A change in the magnetic resonance signal of a dispersed carbonaceous substance, placed into the cavity, indicates to the changes in oxygen concentrations. The dispersed anthracite and thermal treatment cellulose substance in the oxygen-free medium are proposed to use as a carbonaceous substance.

American Journal of Applied Sciences
Volume 2 No. 4, 2005, 768-770


Submitted On: 8 June 2006 Published On: 30 April 2005

How to Cite: Jadan, M. & Addasi, J. S. (2005). Control of Oxygen Concentration by Using a Carbonaceous Substance. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 2(4), 768-770.

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  • oxygen concentration
  • Control
  • gas flow
  • anthracite
  • cellulose