plasma generator

plasma generator

[′plaz·mə ′jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(electronics)
Any device that produces a high-velocity plasma jet, such as a plasma accelerator, engine, oscillator, or torch.
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The coupling of a high-energy plasma generator with SPECTRO's unique dynamic pre-burn process delivers a lightning fast setup, accelerated sample throughput, and extremely low time to measurement in many applications.
The company's cold plasma generator along with dedicated end effectors and tissue film are investigated for various applications including tissue welding as well as other internal applications.
Digitally controlled plasma generator: For the first time in OES history, the Spectromaxx and Spectrolab plasma generators are fully digitally controlled for more accurate and reproducible spark definition.
The voltage of SDBD plasma generator was 6 kV, current density I A, and frequency 6 kHz.
Put simply, he combined and commercialized the well-known technology of the resonating magnetron and the plasma generator into a device that quite literally boils viruses to the point of desiccation and renders them into a harmless gas.
In the literature, the plasma generator with small power output at kilowatts can simply employ the centrejet form for the coal injection, where the particles are distributed at the hot temperature zone (Nicholson and Littlewood, 1972).
The unit has a microwave plasma generator said to give more efficient and uniform treatment, along with lower processing temperatures, than traditional RF systems.
Our key step was the development of a compact, efficient, high-throughput, plasma generator," said Cohn.
Weitz built a plasma generator in his basement to study chemical reactions.
However, in this case, the target is placed in the middle of the plasma generator and kept at a negative potential of approximately 100,000 volts.
The 4100 MP-AES uses a nitrogen-based plasma generator that runs on air, and thus does not require flammable or expensive gases.