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Characterization of atmospheric pressure plasma plume.

  title={Characterization of atmospheric pressure plasma plume.},
  author={G Veda Prakash and Kiran Patel and Narayan Behera and Ajai Kumar},
  journal={arXiv: Plasma Physics},
In order to optimize the parameters of the plasma plume for atmospheric pressure plasma applications such as biological and industrial applications, it is highly necessary to thoroughly understand its characteristics. In this paper, various diagnostic techniques are discussed to characterize the atmospheric pressure plasma plume. The major emphasis of this work is to utilize possibly simple methods, low complexity in post data analysis and obtain in-situ information. The parameters of the… 

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