469340 Generation of Oxidative Chemistries By Cold-Atmospheric Plasma
In this work, we first examine the factors affecting the generation and transport of highly reactive species produced by cold atmospheric plasma across the plasma-liquid interface. We present the results from studies on positive and negative polarity corona discharges in which the dye indigo carmine is used as a measure of oxidation. We comment on the origin of the reactive species produced (gas phase, boundary layer, or bulk solution) and the relative importance of kinetics versus convective and diffusive forces in optimizing the modification of a target.
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