Atomic oxygen formation in a radio-frequency driven micro-atmospheric pressure plasma jet

@inproceedings{Waskoenig2010AtomicOF,
  title={Atomic oxygen formation in a radio-frequency driven micro-atmospheric pressure plasma jet},
  author={Jochen Waskoenig and Kari Niemi and N Knake and Lauren M Graham and Stephan Reuter and Timo Gans},
  year={2010}
}
Atomic oxygen formation in a radio-frequency driven micro-atmospheric pressure plasma jet is investigated using both advanced optical diagnostics and numerical simulations of the dynamic plasma chemistry. Laser spectroscopic measurements of absolute densities of ground state atomic oxygen reveal steep gradients at the interface between the plasma core and the effluent region. Spatial profiles resolving the interelectrode gap within the core plasma indicate that volume processes dominate over… CONTINUE READING
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