Delivering fluxes of reactive species of cold atmospheric-pressure plasmas through the electrode sheath region
conference contributionposted on 01.12.2014 by Aijun Yang, Xing-Zhen Wang, Ming-Zhe Rong, Ding-Xin Liu, Xiao-Hua Wang, Felipe Iza, Michael G. Kong
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Cold atmospheric-pressure plasmas have received much attention; mainly rely on the potential use of reactive species generated in such plasmas. In most cases of application, such as plasma medicine, the reactive species have effects on a sample only after their penetration through the plasma sheath that is formed above the sample. In contrast to studies of generation and optimization of reactive species with the plasma itself, much less research has been reported on delivering of reactive species through the sheath region...
Work supported by National Science Foundation of China （NSFC）, No.50907053
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