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Evolution of Argon Discharges in Bottle-Shaped Tube Excited by Surface Plasmon Polaritons With a Low Power Operation

Author:
Chen, Ming   Chen, Junfeng   Liu, Pei   Zheng, Zhen   Liu, Minghai  


Journal:
IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science


Issue Date:
2014


Abstract(summary):

In this paper, an improved microwave plasma jet based on the principles of surface plasmon polaritons is exhibited. Instead of the traditional capillary discharge, a bottle-shaped discharge tube is designed. An interesting discharge phenomenon that the discharge state changes from glow discharge to the filamentary streamers along the inner wall of the tube is found when the pressure increases. This may have a promising application prospect for the large-area surface processing.


Page:
2838-2839


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