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Emission Imaging of Pulsed Plasma Plumes Emerging Through a Transversal Hole in the Hollow Cathode of a DC Reactor

AuthorsTanarro, Isabel
KeywordsOptical imaging
Plasma molding
Plasma plumes
Plasma stability
Issue Date14-May-2008
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
CitationIEEE Transactions on Plasma Science 36(4): 1002-1003 (2008)
AbstractA sequence of images shows the emission of brief pulsed plasma plumes emerging laterally from a small hole in the wall of a dc hollow-cathode reactor. The orifice diameter is comparable to the plasma sheath thickness. The images highlight the transient behavior under particular conditions of these plasma events. They also extend current predictions for RF discharges on the distributions of ions flowing through small apertures to the case of hollow-cathode dc discharges.
Description2 pages, 1 figure.-- Supplementary material available: Plasma plume emerging through a hole in a discharge reactor (video).
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TPS.2008.922484
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