Temporary-resolved measurement of electron density in small atmospheric plasmas
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A new method for temporally resolved measurements of absolute values of plasma density applicable for wide spectrum of small-size atmospheric plasmas and utilizing Rayleigh microwave scattering on the tested plasma object is proposed. The absolute electron density measurements in an atmospheric plasma jet revealed presence of two consecutive breakdowns during the half-wave of the discharge-driven high voltage. The ionization mechanisms of both breakdowns are considered. © 2010 American Institute of Physics.
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Shashurin, A., Shneider, M. N., Dogariu, A., Miles, R. B., & Keidar, M.