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Electron Heating in Dual-Radio-Frequency-Driven Atmospheric-Pressure Plasmas

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JournalIEEE transactions on plasma science
DatePublished - Nov 2011
Issue number11
Volume39
Number of pages2
Pages (from-to)2588-2589
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Dual-frequency operation of radio-frequency-driven atmospheric-pressure plasmas offers enhanced control over power coupling and ionization mechanisms. Nonlinear frequency coupling in the plasma boundary sheath governs the dynamics of plasma ionization and associated mode transitions. Variations of the voltage ratios allow us to manipulate the temporal and spatial structures of plasma ionization.

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