Measurement of the electron density in atmospheric-pressure low-temperature argon discharges by line-ratio method of optical emission spectroscopy
A new collisional-radiative model for atmospheric-pressure low-temperature argon discharges is proposed, which illustrates the significant effect of electron density on the excited atom population distribution. This makes it possible to determine the electron density from the intensity ratio of emission lines of excited atoms. Results of this new method in several types of atmospheric-pressure discharges are found to be in agreement with those of the Stark broadening method and the electric...[Show more]
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