Physics & Astronomy ETDs

Publication Date

Spring 2-15-1951

Abstract

It has been found that, under certain conditions, a chemical reaction occurs between silver and ozone. The products of this reaction are silver oxides and oxygen. When heated to a certain temperature, the silver oxides are decomposed into silver and oxygen. If this reaction were produced, then the amount of oxygen resulting from the decomposition would be a measure of the amount of ozone originally present.

Degree Name

Physics

Level of Degree

Masters

Department Name

Physics & Astronomy

First Committee Member (Chair)

None

Second Committee Member

Roy Thames

Third Committee Member

None

Language

English

Keywords

Oxide Formation, Oxide Decomposition, Silver Oxide, Silver Peroxide

Document Type

Thesis

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