Self-organized filaments, striations and other nonuniformities in nonthermal atmospheric microwave excited microdischarges
journal contributionposted on 2008-02-22, 16:32 authored by Felipe Iza, Jeffrey A. Hopwood
Self-organized filaments, stationary striations, and spherical nonuniformities have been observed in atmospheric argon microdischarges sustained within a 120-µm gap between two coplanar electrodes. The microdischarges are driven by opposite ends of a half-wave split-ring resonator constructed using microstrip transmission lines. The microdischarge generator operates at 900 MHz using 0.5–2 W of power.
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CitationIZA, F. and HOPWOOD, J.A., 2005. Self-organized filaments, striations and other nonuniformities in nonthermal atmospheric microwave excited microdischarges. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 33 (2), pp. 306-307
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