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Plasma Kinetics in Atmospheric Gases
The book Plasma Kinetics in Atmospheric Gases is a worthwhile contribution to the basic phenomena in nitrogen, oxygen and other atmospheric gases. It contains basic introductory chapters onExpand
Self-Consistent Modeling of Volume and Surface Processes in Air Plasma
A self-consistent model for bulk and surface kinetic processes in low-pressure flowing discharges in N 2 -O 2 mixtures is presented. The model has a small number of input parameters and includes aExpand
Kinetic model of a low-pressure N/sub 2/-O/sub 2/ flowing glow discharge
A self-consistent kinetic model is developed to study dc flowing glow discharges in N/sub 2//O/sub 2/ mixtures. This model includes the calculation of electron energy distribution functions andExpand
Self-consistent kinetic model of low-pressure - flowing discharges: I. Volume processes
This work is the first of two companion papers devoted to the kinetic modelling of low-pressure DC flowing discharges in - mixtures. While the present paper is mainly concerned with bulk dischargeExpand
Self-consistent kinetic model of low-pressure - flowing discharges: II. Surface processes and densities of N, H, species
This work is the second of two companion papers devoted to the kinetic modelling of low-pressure DC flowing discharges in mixtures. While the first paper was mainly concerned with bulk dischargeExpand
VIBRATIONAL RELAXATION IN GASES AND MOLECULAR LASERS
This article reviews the current status of the theory of vibrational relaxation in gases and its applications to the theory of molecular lasers. We discuss relaxation of the vibrational energy ofExpand
Molecular dissociation in N2–H2 microwave discharges
A microwave N2?H2 discharge driven by a travelling surface wave is investigated as a source of ground state N(4S) and H(1s) atoms. Experimental investigations have been carried out in a plasma sourceExpand
Surface kinetics of N and O atoms in discharges
The probability, , of losses of N and O atoms on Pyrex walls was determined from a fit of calculated to measured concentrations [O] and [NO] in a low-pressure glow discharge in , for percentageExpand
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