Development of directcurrent, atmospheric--pressure, glow discharges generated incontact with flowing electrolyte solutions for elemental analysisby optical emission spectrometry / P.
Development of directcurrent, atmospheric-pressure, glow discharges generated in contact with flowing electrolyte solutions for elemental analysis by optical emission spectrometry.
Wang, "Validity of the similarity law for the glow discharges in non-plane-parallel gaps," Plasma Sources Science and Technology, vol.
Low pressure DC glow discharge plasma technology is applied widely in many fields, like plasma etching, plasma material surface treatment, plasma electron beam source, plasma sputtering spraying, and so on [1-3].
Cserfalvi, "Electrolyte cathode atmospheric glow discharges for direct solution analysis," Applied Spectroscopy Reviews, vol.
Zuev, "Use of electrolyte jet cathode glow discharges as sources of emission spectra for atomic emission detectors in flow-injection analysis," Journal of Analytical Chemistry, vol.
 investigated changes in the voltage and discharge duration of arc and glow discharges
in relation to changes in gas pressure in a quiescent field.
In this study, a patented sequential dry process was used , consisting of helium glow discharges
and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of epichlorohydrin, in order to modify xanthan particles.
Topics include elementary processes and general theories of plasma phenomena, plasmas in tokamaks, stellators and related experiments, plasmas produced by z-pinch and plasma-focus discharges, plasmas produced by intense laser beams, plasmas of microwave and glow discharges
, plasmas in spark and arc discharges, plasmas in space, diagnostic methods and experimental facilities, and applications of quasi- stationary and pulsed plasmas.
The pulse duration of these negative glow discharges
is 300 [micro]sec, and the repetition rate is 0.5 Hz.
Glow-discharge electrolysis is a nonconventional electrolysis process in which a luminous sheath of plasma is sustained by DC glow discharges
between an electrode and the liquid electrolyte around it .
The energy needed for bond cleavage is supplied entirely by thermal energy, in part by the high-energy electrons formed in a glow discharge
or plasma with a power density of about 0 to 100 W/[cm.sup.2] as noted.