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Double-layer structures in low-temperature atmospheric-pressure electronegative RF microplasmas: separation of electrons and anions

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posted on 28.11.2014 by Kirsty McKay, Felipe Iza, Michael G. Kong, Ding-Xin Liu, Ming-Zhe Rong
Stratification of negatively charged species in electronegative discharges is a well-known phenomenon that can lead to various double-layer structures. Here, we report on the separation of electrons and anions in atmospheric-pressure electronegative microdischarges. In these discharges, electrons oscillate between the electrodes, moving across and beyond an electronegative core. As a result of this motion, positively charged regions form between the oscillating electron ensemble and the central electronegative discharge.

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Work was supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, UK.

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  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science

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39

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11 PART 1

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2138 - 2139

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MCKAY, K. ... et al, 2011. Double-layer structures in low-temperature atmospheric-pressure electronegative RF microplasmas: separation of electrons and anions. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 39 (11), pp. 2138 - 2139

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2011

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0093-3813

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