Modelling electronegative complex plasma systems
Vladimirov, S.V. & Ostrikov, K. (2005) Modelling electronegative complex plasma systems. In Boufendi, L., Mikikian, M., & Shukla, P.K. (Eds.) AIP Conference Proceedings : Fourth International Conference on the Physics of Dusty Plasmas, American Institute of Physics , Orleans, France, pp. 446-449.
The control of the generation and assembly of the electronegative plasma-grown particles is discussed. Due to the large number of elementary processes of particle creation and loss, electronegative complex plasmas should be treated as open systems where the stationary states are sustained by various particle creation and loss processes in the plasma bulk, on the walls, and on the dust grain surfaces. To be physically self-consistent, ionization, diffusion, electron attachment, recombination, dust charge variation, and dissipation due to electron and ion elastic collisions with neutrals and fine particles, as well as charging collisions with the dust, must be accounted for.
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