plasma jet

plasma jet

[′plaz·mə ‚jet]
(aerospace engineering)
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However, unlike the oxygen plasma treatment of Strohmeier, (17) which utilised a barrel etcher, with an oxygen flow (750 sccm) at a pressure of 1 Torr (initially evacuated to 10-3 Torr), the present system used a nitrogen plasma jet open to the ambient environment.
In addition, this increased solar activity influences the distribution and intensity of the geomagnetic field through an increase in plasma jet to the earth, causing a rise in galactic cosmic radiation and trapped particle radiation as well as solar particle radiation.
Tenders are invited for Supply and installations of atmospheric pressure , plasma jet laboratory, system, large area spray pyrolysis system ( custom fabricated) with ultrasonic actuated sprayer, large area uv-ozone system
As plasma source, an atmospheric pressure argon plasma jet (kINPen 11) was utilized.
Azad, "The selective characterization of nonthermal atmospheric pressure plasma jet on treatment of human breast cancer and normal cells," IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, vol.
Keywords Atmospheric pressure plasma jet, DBD, Coatings, Surface modification, Biomedical treatment
Lommatzsch, "Fast functionalization of multi-walled carbon nanotubes by an atmospheric pressure plasma jet," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol.
In this study, diamond films were deposited onto nucleated silicon substrate having size of 20 x 20 x 1 mm3 by microwave plasma jet chemical vapour deposition (MPJCVD) system at 35 Torr and with gas mixture of 8% C[H.sub.4] : 92% [H.sub.2] as precursors.
The still-developing Event Horizon Telescope (February issue, page 20) has resolved the innermost structure of a plasma jet shooting from the quasar 1924-292.
Central to aePlasma is a plasma jet generator, which draws a precursor-containing gas that is mixed with a nitric acid solution carried by a carrier gas.
The remaining six samples were treated by an atmospheric pressure argon microwave-induced plasma jet that was excited by a 2.45-GHz plasma source.
Washington, Jan 20 (ANI): The much hated dentist's drill could soon be history, all thanks to a futuristic "plasma jet" that eradicates tooth decay without fillings.