Volume 1: Heat Transfer in Energy Systems; Theory and Fundamental Research; Aerospace Heat Transfer; Gas Turbine Heat Transfer; 2012
DOI: 10.1115/ht2012-58570 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…These systems release hot, corrosive, or biocidal species either introduced in the reacting system as the initial component or formed during reactions [87,149,173,237]. The combination of heat and biocidal agents such as SiF x , HF, CuI, Ag, and I 2 , exhausted during combustion of RMs, was demonstrated to be more successful in killing the spores of virulent bacteria than traditional bactericidal chemicals such as iodophor [87,238]. To achieve a high sporicidal effect, a considerable amount of the target species must be released.…”
Section: Biocidal-agent Generatorsmentioning
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“…These systems release hot, corrosive, or biocidal species either introduced in the reacting system as the initial component or formed during reactions [87,149,173,237]. The combination of heat and biocidal agents such as SiF x , HF, CuI, Ag, and I 2 , exhausted during combustion of RMs, was demonstrated to be more successful in killing the spores of virulent bacteria than traditional bactericidal chemicals such as iodophor [87,238]. To achieve a high sporicidal effect, a considerable amount of the target species must be released.…”
Section: Biocidal-agent Generatorsmentioning