Schematic of the experimental setup.
Photograph of an ACBC in Ar (side view), showing the discharge with an exposure time of 1 . Peak-to-peak voltage is 10 , and applied frequency is 3.1 .
The emission spectrum of the (0,0) band of the first negative system of . The R-branch lines used for rotational temperature analysis are labeled. (a) Peak-to-peak voltage is 10 and applied frequency is 3.1 , (b) the Boltzmann plot.
Electromagnetic radiation signal and discharge current in a concentric cylinder discharge device. Peak-to-peak voltage and applied frequency are kept at 10.72 and 5.5 .
(a) Schematic of a RF (13.56 ) discharge device. (b) Applied voltage, discharge current, and electromagnetic radiation signal as a function of time. The input power is kept at 100 .
Peak-to-peak voltage and applied frequency are kept at 10 and 3.1 , respectively. (a) Electromagnetic radiation signal and discharge current as a function of time. (b) Fourier filter result with high-frequency pass of electromagnetic radiation signal in (a). (c) Fast Fourier transform of (b) with real part–imaginary part. (d) Ion velocity distribution.
Dependence of PVRIN (a) and ion velocity (b) on time.
Dependence of AEOR (a) and PVRIN (b) on time.
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