Plasma propagation of a 13.56MHz asymmetric surface barrier discharge in atmospheric pressure air
The propagation of an rf asymmetric surface barrier discharge in atmospheric pressure air has been investigated. Measurements of the pulse-modulated 13.56 MHz voltage and current together with ICCD images of the plasma were recorded to study the visible plasma structure with respect to the rf pulses, time within the pulses and the rf waveforms. When exposing images over full rf pulses, which comprise over 150 oscillations of the applied voltage, clearly defined filamentary structures are...[Show more]
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