• Chemistry
  • Published 2000

AIAA 2000-0202 Boundary Layer Diagnostics of An Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jet

@inproceedings{Zhao2000AIAA2B,
  title={AIAA 2000-0202 Boundary Layer Diagnostics of An Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jet},
  author={Maosheng Zhao and Thomas Gerald Owano and Charles H. Kruger},
  year={2000}
}
Measurements of species concentrations and temperature are performed in the boundary layer of an atmospheric DC plasma assisted chemical vapor deposition (CVD) system. Broadband ultraviolet absorption spectroscopy is employed to measure absolute number density of C2 and CH radicals. Stark broadening of Hβ emission is utilized to determine the electron number density inside the boundary layer. The temperature profile obtained by measuring the peak separation of C2 P-R branches of DΣ → X… CONTINUE READING

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