Data Analysis of QMS Data During UN Oxidation
QMS data was obtained of the oxidation of uranium mononitride (UN) in 31.7% steam at high temperatures. The data was treated to account for instrument noise and obfuscated signals due to ions sharing the same signal. The ramp data from this experiment suggests that ammonia is a primary product of UN oxidation and that hydrogen and nitrogen are partially produced as ammonia decomposes.
This poster was presented by an undergraduate student at UTSA as a part of the CONNECT program: https://www.utsa.edu/physics/connect/.