plasma-based ion implantation

Effect of the conductivity of the petri dish placed on the electrode on the surface layer of the spores in the PBII method
Shoya Umemoto, Koji Kakugawa, Kenta Nosaki, Takumi, Noda Takeshi Tanaka, Katia Vutova

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Plasma-based ion implantation (PBII) method is a technique that allows uniform ion implantation to a sample by applying a negative voltage to the model to draw and accelerate ions in the ion sheath existing around the piece. ...  read more

The sterilization effect of plasma-based ion implantation on prokaryotic microorganisms
Shoya Umemoto, Koji Kakugawa, Kenta Nosaki, Takumi, Noda Takeshi Tanaka, Katia Vutova

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The Plasma-based ion implantation (PBII) method is capable of low-temperature and short-time sterilization. In this study, we investigated the sterilization effect of PBII treatment on Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria’s ...  read more

20180708-10
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

20180708-09
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

20180708-08
Experimental study on sterilization of food with self-igniting plasma formed from liquid using plasma-based ion implantation
Koji Kakugawa, Manami Hosotani, Miyo Arikado, Tomonori Tabe, Kenta Fukutomi, Yoshinobu Tsuchiya, Takeshi Tanaka

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We attempted to sterilize food using plasma-based ion implantation with self-ignited plasma formed from liquid. Based on sterilization experiments, hydrogen peroxide was selected to generate self-ignited plasma. The most effective ...  read more