As a secondary product the atomic oxygen, produced from the splitting of the water, is converted to molecular oxygen and delivered to the atmosphere.
What does ATOX stand for?
ATOX stands for Atomic Oxygen
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two years ago and has since emerged as Goddard's go-to expert in the development of graphene-based technology, has expanded her portfolio to include two new research and development efforts aimed at creating nano-sized detectors that could detect atomic oxygen and other trace elements in the upper atmosphere and structural strains in everything from airplane wings to spacecraft buses.
This method of generating atomic oxygen is more efficient, highly selective in the types of ions generated, and enableslower temperature oxidation of silicon compared with thermal oxidation.
This leads to the formation of active species, such as atomic oxygen, ozone, and free radicals--hydroxyl, superoxide and nitrogen oxides.
] (1997) ASTM F 1188: Standard test method for interstitial atomic oxygen content of silicon by infra-red absorption.
929 TA405 The 27 papers examine fundamental properties and the response of materials in such extremes as static and dynamic high pressure, high strain and high strain rates, high radiation and electromagnetic fields, high and low temperatures, corrosive environments, and atomic oxygen.
BOARD 07 Atomic oxygen (AO), a natural species in the earth's atmosphere, is formed when ultraviolet (UV) radiation photo-dissociates oxygen molecules.
Non-ionic forms can further disrupt respiration by catalyzing the interaction of atomic oxygen with the sulfhydryl group, producing an OH molecule and a sulfur bond.