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Plasma Sources Science and Technology

Description
devoted to the research in the generation and application of plasmas

 

Status
active
Indexing
INSPEC® Information Services; ISI (SciSearch®, ISI Alerting Services, Current Contents®/Physical, Chemical and Earth Sciences); Chemical Abstracts; PASCAL Database; Article@INIST; Engineering Index/Ei Compendex®; Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (Environmental Engineering Abstracts, Bioengineering Abstracts); VINITI Abstracts Journal.
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0963-0252
First volume
1
Last volume
16+
Publish city
Bristol, UK
Homepage
Description
Plasma Sources Science and Technology reports on non-fusion plasma sources which operate at all ranges of pressure and density including neutral and non-neutral plasma sources; positive and negative ion sources; free radical sources; microwave, RF, direct current, laser and electron beam excited sources; resonant sources; plasmas for etching, deposition, polymerization, sintering; plasma sources for accelerators; lighting applications; plasma sources for medical physics; plasma sources for lasers; other applications, e.g. spacecraft thrusters; industrial arc melting; plasmas as sources of UV and x-ray radiation; plasma source design, monitoring and control; source stability and reproducibility. Low-pressure plasma sources: distribution functions; excitation-radiation equilibria; vibrational excitation; mass, momentum and energy transport; ion implantation. Low-to-medium pressure plasma sources: plasma surface interactions; high pressure sources; thermal plasmas; plasma diagnostic techniques; plasma and plasma source modelling.











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