A glow-discharge plasma, because of the presence of ions and electrons and because of its potentially high conductivity, can be seen as a conductive fluid which could be used in an electrochemical system. Electrochemistry using such a plasma (see Figure) has bee demonstrated and here its basis and applications, for example in thin film deposition, are discussed.
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