The effect of near-sheath dusts on a surface-wave-sustained gas discharge
Ostrikov, K. & Yu, M.Y. (1999) The effect of near-sheath dusts on a surface-wave-sustained gas discharge. Journal of Physics D : Applied Physics, 32(14), pp. 1650-1656.
The effect of near-sheath dusts on the rf power loss in a surface-wave-sustained gas discharge is studied. The planar plasma is bounded by a dielectric and consists of an inhomogeneous near-wall transition layer (sheath), a dusty plasma layer and an outer dust-free plasma. The discharge is maintained by high-frequency axially symmetrical surface waves. The surface-wave power loss from the most relevant dissipative mechanisms in typical discharge plasmas is analysed.
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