2021
DOI: 10.1080/01919512.2021.1937043
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Ozone Injection at Low Pressure: Decomposition Kinetics, Control of Sitophilus zeamais, and Popcorn Kernel Quality

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“…Grain reactivity affects ozone half‐life inside the hypobaric chamber. The concentration decay behavior of ozone gas applied at low pressure inside the hypobaric chamber to different types of grains followed the first‐order reaction kinetics, corroborating previous findings of other authors 22,49 …”
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“…Grain reactivity affects ozone half‐life inside the hypobaric chamber. The concentration decay behavior of ozone gas applied at low pressure inside the hypobaric chamber to different types of grains followed the first‐order reaction kinetics, corroborating previous findings of other authors 22,49 …”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…On the hand, in flow applications, some ozone reacts with the product, while the remaining flows freely through the grain mass, resulting in residual ozone, which must be either degraded or recirculated 26 . In the study by Silva et al ., 22 the authors compare the mass of ozone used per kilogram of popcorn kernels to control S. zeamais , and they found that the hypobaric chamber method required less ozone than the flowing‐gas application system. In addition, the low‐pressure injection system provided better operational safety, as the applications necessarily take place in hermetic chambers, and no residual ozone is generated.…”
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