Detail publikace

A novel plasma source for preparation of plasma

Originální název

A novel plasma source for preparation of plasma

Anglický název

A novel plasma source for preparation of plasma

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Recently, the plasma activated media (PAM) or more frequently plasma activated water (PAW) started to be a hot topic in the field of plasma indirect interaction with biological surfaces. The main disadvantage of these systems is that production of active species is out of control and thus there is impossible to study synergies in detail. The new plasma source generating the discharge directly in liquid phase (construction details are given in the next paragraph) under very broad limits of operating conditions (from DC to RF, liquid conductivity 0.1 – 15 mS/cm) was recently developed by our group and currently its operations and production of active particles are studied.

Anglický abstrakt

Recently, the plasma activated media (PAM) or more frequently plasma activated water (PAW) started to be a hot topic in the field of plasma indirect interaction with biological surfaces. The main disadvantage of these systems is that production of active species is out of control and thus there is impossible to study synergies in detail. The new plasma source generating the discharge directly in liquid phase (construction details are given in the next paragraph) under very broad limits of operating conditions (from DC to RF, liquid conductivity 0.1 – 15 mS/cm) was recently developed by our group and currently its operations and production of active particles are studied.

Dokumenty

BibTex


@misc{BUT129202,
  author="František {Krčma}",
  title="A novel plasma source for preparation of plasma",
  annote="Recently, the plasma activated media (PAM) or more frequently plasma activated water (PAW) started to be a hot topic in the field of plasma indirect interaction with biological surfaces. The main disadvantage of these systems is that production of active species is out of control and thus there is impossible to study synergies in detail. The new plasma source generating the discharge directly in liquid phase (construction details are given in the next paragraph) under very broad limits of operating conditions (from DC to RF, liquid conductivity 0.1 – 15 mS/cm) was recently developed by our group and currently its operations and production of active particles are studied.",
  address="Jozef Stefan Institute",
  booktitle="Workshop on Application of Advanced Plasma Technologies in CE (Central Europe) Agriculture: Book of Abstracts",
  chapter="129202",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Jozef Stefan Institute",
  year="2016",
  month="april",
  pages="6--7",
  publisher="Jozef Stefan Institute",
  type="abstract"
}