Technical plasmas have a wide range of industrial applications. The Encyclopedia of Plasma Technology covers all aspects of plasma technology from the fundamentals to a range of applications across a large number of industries and disciplines. Topics covered include nanotechnology, solar cell technology, biomedical and clinical applications, electronic materials, sustainability, and clean technologies. The book bridges materials science, industrial chemistry, physics, and engineering, making it a must have for researchers in industry and academia, as well as those working on application-oriented plasma technologies.
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Table of Contents
Arc Technology. Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Systems. Diagnostics. Display Systems. Dusty Plasmas. Environmental and Health Applications. Gaseous Electronics. Laser-Plasma Interactions. Liquid-Phase Plasmas. Materials. Microplasmas. Microwave Technologies. Plasma Chemistry. Plasma Damage. Plasma Processing. Plasma Spray and Bulk Materials Work. Plasma Theory. Plasma-based Lighting Systems. Power Systems. Propulsion. RF Heating. Simulations. Solid-State Plasmas. Sources. Switches, Relays, Focus, Antennas. Thin Film Deposition. Welding.
J. Leon Shohet, Ph.D, is a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.