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Low Temperature Plasma Physics. Fundamental Aspects and Applications - Karl-H Schoenbach

PRIX: GRATUIT
FORMAT: PDF EPUB MOBI
DATE DE SORTIE: 30/04/2001
TAILLE DU FICHIER: 12,79
ISBN: 3-527-28887-2
LANGUE: FRANÇAIS
AUTEUR: Karl-H Schoenbach

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Plasma physics is a very active area of research located on the boundaries between physics, chemistry and materials science. Recent technological developments, e.g. in plasma etching or plasma deposition, have led to a revived interest in plasma physics and technology. This volume describes in detail fundamentals and applications of low-temperature plasma physics including newest achievements. An international team of authors presents most recent successes in our understanding of how plasmas behave and put a strong focus on the links between theory and experiment or technological process.

...Indeed, this aspect of plasma physics may ultimately be the one with the greatest impact on our everyday lives ... Microplasmas: Basic science and applications — NYU Scholars ... ... Markets for plasma technology. / Weltmann, KD; Schmidt, M.; Becker, Kurt. Low-Temperature Plasma Physics: Fundamental Aspects and Applications. ed. / R Hippler; H ... Dielectric-barrier discharges (silent discharges) are used on a large industrial scale. They combine the advantages of non-equilibrium plasma properties with the ease of atmospheric-pressure operation. A prominent feature is the simple scalability from small laboratory reactors to large industrial installation ... Low Temperature Plasma Physics. Fundamental Aspects and ... ... . A prominent feature is the simple scalability from small laboratory reactors to large industrial installations with megawatt input powers. Efficient and cost-effective all-solid-state power ... COLLISIONAL, LOW TEMPERATURE PLASMAS ICOPS00_04 University of Illinois Optical and Discharge Physics • The plasmas of interest are low temperature (1-10 eV), partially ionized ([e]/N = 10-6-10-2) where electron collisions with neutrals (usually) dominate over collisions with ions (or other electrons). Les personnes qui ont besoin d'autres arguments pour accepter que les plasmas d'arc, nommés aussi plasmas thermique, soient de la famille « plasmas froids » peuvent consulter le site web du réseaux plasmas froids du CNRS [3] ou l'article « The 2017 Plasma Roadmap: Low temperature plasma science and technology » qui a une section dédiée aux « thermal plasma applications » [4]....