REVIEW ARTICLE: The production of active plasma species for surface treatments

@inproceedings{Ricard1997REVIEWAT,
  title={REVIEW ARTICLE: The production of active plasma species for surface treatments},
  author={Andr{\'e} Ricard},
  year={1997}
}
Plasma technology is progressing rapidly, although there is still a need for much research and development. In situ diagnostics such as emission spectroscopy are set up to control the plasma processes. Two experiments concerning treatments of polymer and steel surfaces using a flowing post-discharge plasma of and are described. The diagnostics of O and N atom densities have been correlated to the surface activity (for the polymer) and to the coating formation (for steel). Poisoning of the glass… CONTINUE READING

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