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Control of Oxygen Concentration by Using a Carbonaceous Substance

Mohanad Jadan1 and Jihad Said Addasi1
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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.


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.

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