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Influence of High-Frequency Field on the Combustion of an Acetylene – Air Mixture

Naturevolume 135page916 (1935) | Download Citation

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THE investigation of the processes of the combustion of gas mixtures in a high-frequency electric field by Haber1 and later by A. Malinowski and ourselves2 led to the conclusion that the influence of a high-frequency field (106 sec.1) in reducing combustion velocity is approximately half that of a constant electric field of the same strength acting under similar conditions.

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  1. 1

    F. Haber, Z. angew. Chemie, 42, 745; 1929.

  2. 2

    A. Malinowski, W. Rossichin and W. Timkowski, Sow. Phys., 5, 212, 902; 1934.

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  1. Physical-Technical Institute, Lagernaja 1, Dnepropetrovsk

    • W. ROSSICHIN
    •  & W. TIMKOWSKI

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