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Low-pressure plasma created in gases of two- or multiatom molecules is often used for dissociation of molecules to parent atoms. The dissociation fraction depends on the type of discharge, the discharge power and coupling, the properties of the discharge reactor, and the pumping speed. Large quantities of atoms are produced in large reactors providing poor(More)
Inductively coupled plasma (ICP) represents a source of charged as well as neutral reactive particles. Plasma created in sulfur dioxide (SO<sub>2</sub>) gas is a source of SO radicals suitable for functionalization of delicate organic materials with SO groups, provided the appropriate discharge mode is chosen. The ICP was sustained in either Eor H-mode. In(More)
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