DaWe Liu and XinPei Lu Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas
Peter J. Bruggeman Processing and Characterization
Modeling of Low-Pressure Plasmas
Wei Jiang, Yu-ru Zhang, and You-nian Wang Modeling of Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas
Wang Yanhui, Sun Jizhong, and Wang Dezhen High-Pressure Microcavity Discharges
Karl H. Schoenbach Atmospheric Pressure Nanosecond Pulsed Discharge Plasmas
Zdenko Machala, David Z. Pai, Mario Janda, and Christophe O. Laux On Atmospheric Pressure Nonequilibrium Plasma Jets
XinPei Lu Cavity Ringdown Spectroscopy of Plasma Species
Chuji Wang Laser-Induced Fluorescence Methods for Transient Species Detection in High-Pressure Discharges
Santolo De Benedictis and Giorgio Dilecce Applications
Plasma Technology in Silicon Photovoltaics
Shaoqing Xiao, Shuyan Xu, and Haiping Zhou Environmental Applications of Plasmas
Kyping Yan Assessment of Potential Applications of Plasma with Liquid Water
Peter J. Bruggeman and Bruce R. Locke Plasma-Assisted Surface Modification of Polymeric Biomaterials
Nathalie De Geyter, Peter Dubruel, Rino Morent, and Christophe Leys Emerging Applications of Plasmas in Medicine: Fashion versus Efficacy
Chunqi Jiang Plasma Surface Engineering of Titanium-Based Materials for Osteointegration
Huiliang Cao and Xuanyong Liu Index
Paul K. Chu is Chair Professor of Materials Engineering in the Department of Physics and Materials Science at the City University of Hong Kong. A fellow of the IEEE, APS, AVS, and HKIE, Dr. Chu is the author of more than 20 book chapters, 900 journal papers, and 800 conference papers and holds numerous patents. He is also the senior editor of IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, associate editor of Materials Science & Engineering Reports, and an editorial board member of several international journals. His research activities encompass plasma surface engineering and various types of materials and nanotechnology. He received a PhD in chemistry from Cornell University. XinPei Lu is a professor (ChangJiang Scholar) in the College of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Huazhong University of Science and Technology. A senior member of IEEE, Dr. Lu is the author or coauthor of 50 peer-reviewed journal articles and holds six patents. His research interests include low-temperature plasma sources and their biomedical applications, modeling of low-temperature plasmas, and plasma diagnostics. He received a PhD in electrical engineering from Huazhong University of Science and Technology.
"This book provides an excellent review of the fundamentals of
low temperature plasmas so that those new to this field can get a
good understanding as well as learn about recent applications.
Students or active professionals working in the area of plasma
processing will appreciate the technical breadth, the well-written
descriptions, and the abundance of data, graphs, and illustrations
that make this book well worth owning."
-IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, November/December 2014
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