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Intensity ratio of spectral bands of nitrogen as a measure of electric field strength in plasmas
The ratios of intensities of the spectral bands of molecular nitrogen corresponding to transitions N + (B 2 � + g ,v = 0) → N + (X 2 � + ,v = 0), N2(C 3 � u ,v = 0) → N2(B 3 � g ,v = 0) and N2(C 3 �Expand
Reply to comments on 'Intensity ratio of spectral bands of nitrogen as a measure of electric field strength in plasmas'
It is argued that the experimental results presented by Paris et al in J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. (2005) 38 3894 are correct. It is shown that there is no evidence of filamentation or local electricExpand
Oxidation of nitrogen oxide in hybrid plasma-catalytic reactors based on DBD and Fe2O3
In the present study, Fe 2 O 3 was used as catalyst for the removal of NO in a hybrid plasma- catalytic reactor. The catalyst was located either directly inside the hybrid plasma-catalytic reactor orExpand
Absorption of Photo-Ionizing Radiation of Corona Discharges in Air
The absorption characteristics of photo-ionizing VUV radiation emitted by corona discharges in the pressure range from 20 to 750 Torr in dry and humid air were measured. The experimental results areExpand
Positive Corona at Combined DC and AC Voltage
This paper demonstrates that the positive streamer corona may be useful for the detection of electronegative impurities in gas (ambient air). The measurements of the repetition rate of streamers areExpand
NO Conversion by Dielectric Barrier Discharge and TiO2 Catalyst: Effect of Oxygen
Present study was carried out to investigate the conversion of NO by simultaneous action of the dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) and TiO2 catalyst. NO conversion was recorded as a function of theExpand
Hybrid TiO2 based plasma-catalytic reactors for the removal of hazardous gasses
Abstract The paper deals with the removal of hazardous gasses by hybrid plasma-catalytic reactors. Coaxial dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) reactor was used for the generation of plasma and a layerExpand
Origin of photoionizing radiation in corona discharges in air
A hypothesis by Akishev et al (1999 J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 32 2399-409), that the photoionizing radiation emitted by the positive corona discharge in air is soft x-rays generated by electronExpand
Corona based detector of electronegative trace gases
The repetition rate of streamers of a positive corona depends strongly on the concentration of electronegative trace gases in the air. On the basis of this dependence, one can build a simple andExpand
The role of negative ions in high-frequency discharges
The paper discusses the onset and development of high-frequency discharges under homogeneous field conditions when electron oscillation peak-to-peak amplitude is smaller than the length of theExpand