Motoko Hiyama

Applied voltage dependence of plasma characteristic for food sterilization using PBII method
Kenichi Watanabe, Ryota Matsuda, Tomonori Tabe, Motoko Hiyama, Kento Sakasegawa, Yuuta Yamamoto, Koji Kakugawa, Takeshi Tanaka

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We used the PBII (Plasma Based Ion Implantation) method with self-igniting plasma and negative high-voltage pulsed power supply only to calculate the ion density inside a formed ion sheath based on a modulation circuit, by ...  read more

Optimum conditions for sterilization of Geobacillus stearothermophilus spores using plasma-based ion implantation
Motoko Hiyama, Koji Kakugawa, Aya Yakushiji, Kenichi Watanabe, Ryota Matsuda, Yoshinobu Tsuchiya, Takeshi Tanaka

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In recent years, substantial research into low-temperature sterilization techniques has been conducted. Plasma-based ion implantation (PBII) is a low-temperature, cost-effective technique for sterilizing medical equipment, ...  read more