Plasma Processes and Polymers
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Recently Published Articles
- A Homogeneous Surface Inactivation Device Driven by a Pulse High-Voltage Source
Ying Song, Wenchun Wang, Qianqian Lu, Dezheng Yang, Jinhai Niu and Dongping Liu
Article first published online: 17 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/ppap.201300013
A high–efficient homogeneous air surface discharge device composed of microns-thick hollow quartz fibers is built up for inactivation applications. The inactivation efficiencies of the processing depth (the distance between the device surface and the glass slide) are systematically investigated at various pulse voltages. Measurements indicate that the surface charges and reactive species can lead to the synergistic effect on fungi cell inactivation.
- Gas Temperature Effect on Reactive Species Generation from the Atmospheric Pressure Air Plasma
Ho Young Kim, Sung Kil Kang, Hyoung Cheol Kwon, Hyun Woo Lee and Jae Koo Lee
Article first published online: 10 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/ppap.201200163
Air atmospheric pressure plasma is promising method to implement the portable plasma device by removing huge carrier gas cylinder but generation of abundant amount of ozone is remaining problem. Using surface type air atmospheric pressure plasma, we investigate amounts of the ozone and other reactive species generation with variation of temperature through optical emission spectrum and tube type gas detector. Reduced version of global model is also employed to complement experimental observations.
- Human Mononuclear Cell Survival and Proliferation is Modulated by Cold Atmospheric Plasma Jet
Sander Bekeschus, Kai Masur, Julia Kolata, Kristian Wende, Anke Schmidt, Lena Bundscherer, Annemarie Barton, Axel Kramer, Barbara Bröker and Klaus-Dieter Weltmann
Article first published online: 10 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/ppap.201300008
The translation of physical technologies into medicine and biology is one of the most potent fields of science. In plasma medicine astonishing results were archived regarding its potential use in the treatment of chronic wounds. We here investigated the argon plasma – cell interactions of an atmospheric pressure argon plasma jet to human immune cells regarding their survival and proliferation.