Aqueous reactive species induced by a surface air discharge: Heterogeneous mass transfer and liquid chemistry pathways

  title={Aqueous reactive species induced by a surface air discharge: Heterogeneous mass transfer and liquid chemistry pathways},
  author={Donghai Liu and Zhenjiang Liu and Carlos Chih-Hsiung Chen and Austin J Yang and Dan Li and Min Zhi Rong and Hui Lung Chen and Michael Kong},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
Plasma-liquid interaction is a critical area of plasma science and a knowledge bottleneck for many promising applications. In this paper, the interaction between a surface air discharge and its downstream sample of deionized water is studied with a system-level computational model, which has previously reached good agreement with experimental results. Our computational results reveal that the plasma-induced aqueous species are mainly H(+), nitrate, nitrite, H2O2 and O3. In addition, various… CONTINUE READING
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