Time Resolved Imaging of Plasmas From Different
Electrode StructuresResearch Stories

Michael Kong

IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science

Plasma Jets With Needle–Ring Electrodes: The Insulated Sealing of the
Needle and its Effect on the Plasma Characteristics


In the field of Plasma physics ICCD cameras are often used for fast time resolved imaging due to their ability to take quick snapshots of dynamic reactions.

In this paper researchers use a PI-MAX camera for time resolved imaging of plasmas from different electrode structures. Their goal is to characterize different plasma producing electrodes for applications in life science and biomedicine.

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