Phase resolved imaging of a repetitive extrusion of hydrogen plasma from a hollow cathode source
Hydrogen plasmas are useful in many areas of materials processing. In this paper, a hydrogen plasma is produced in a hollow cathode source and its expansion into a chamber over the course of an RF cycle (80 ns) is observed with an intensified CCD camera.
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