浮遊多電極で形成される強電界中でのエチレン除去 [in Japanese] Ethylene Removal in Strong Electric Field Formed by Floating Multi-Electrode [in Japanese]
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Ethylene gas that contains the acetic acid ester element can be removed by applying the pulse voltage to the floating multi-electrode device. This phenomenon is caused in the weak discharge by the strong electric field between the narrow electrodes. This device is possible in very small electric power (<1.5Wh). When this device was installed in the container for preservation, the following results were obtained: Each removal effect of ethylene gas is 16ppm/35min for bananas 10.8kg, 14ppm/6 hour for 50 apples, and 3.5ppm/30min for 2 melons. However, ethylene gas that doesn't contain the acetic acid ester cannot be removed (ex. ethylene pure gas and Japanese apricot).
- IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines
IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines 126(7), 1015-1020, 2006-07-01
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan