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Open Access Development of ROS/RNS generation model by discharge electrolysis for new plasma application technology

There are four fundamental states of matter – solid, liquid, gas and plasma. Plasma is, perhaps, less well-known than the other three, but nevertheless plays a key role in both the natural world and the industrial and technological world. It is a gas of ions that consists of molecules and atoms that have been stripped of some of their electrons as well as the free electrons that had been removed. Assistant Professor Kazuhiro Takahashi, from the Division of Information and Electronic Engineering at the Muroran Institute of Technology in Japan, has a keen interest in plasma and is aiming to understand plasma and its interaction with water and, through this, develop several useful applications.

Keywords: EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY; GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY; INFRARED ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY; MASS SPECTROMETRY; PLASMA-GAS INTERACTION; PLASMA-WATER INTERACTION; PLASMA/LIQUID INTERACTION

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2020

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