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This review covers developments in the analysis of chemicals, metals and functional materials. We have strengthened the criticality of this review and have included only those papers dealing with advances in the analysis of these materials. Other papers which the reader may find useful because...
Small amounts of hydrogen or oxygen in either argon or neon plasmas cause previously unexplained enhanced excitation of various analyte atomic lines with upper energies close to 5 eV. We suggest this enhancement is due to three body collisions involving two hydrogen or oxygen atoms and a sample...
Many studies have already been carried out on the effect of small quantities of molecular gases (oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen) in argon analytical glow discharges (GD). We report here the first comprehensive study using small amounts of oxygen in a neon GD plasma with copper sample. Whilst neon...
This paper describes the quantitative measurement of trace elements in TiO 2 powders using a modified solution-cathode glow discharge-atomic emission spectrometry (SCGD-AES) system. The optimal conditions utilized 0.1 M HNO 3 sample solutions and operated at a voltage of 1060 V with a flow rate...
Non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma jets or plasma plumes have recently been largely investigated in applications like materials processing, biomedical treatment and analytical chemistry. In this paper He-discharges in an asymmetrical Dielectric Barrier Discharge (DBD) have been...
We report the results of five Ne i line shapes study in an abnormal Grimm-type glow discharge operating in neon. The spectral lines were observed along the axis of a cylindrical glow discharge parallel (side-on) and perpendicular (end-on) to the cathode surface. The side-on spectra showed a...
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