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Atmospheric-Pressure Microplasma Jets From Linear Arrays of Hollow-Core Optical Fibers for Biomedical Applications

Atmospheric-Pressure Microplasma Jets From Linear Arrays of Hollow-Core Optical Fibers for Biomedical Applications,10.1109/TPS.2011.2129534,IEEE Trans

Atmospheric-Pressure Microplasma Jets From Linear Arrays of Hollow-Core Optical Fibers for Biomedical Applications  
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Atmospheric-pressure microplasma jets from a lin- ear array of five hollow-core optical fibers are described. All plasma plumes from the array were quite narrow but long enough to apply the direct treatments to a very small object. The optical intensities from five individual plasma jets were also stable and had a good uniformity. The variation of the optical intensities of individual plasma plumes was within 15%. This plurality of the small-sized plasma jets can be utilized to target some groups of different cells simultaneously in an in vitro biomedical application. Index Terms—Flexible atmospheric-pressure microplasma jet, hollow-core optical fibers, microplasma jet array.
Journal: IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science - IEEE TRANS PLASMA SCI , vol. 39, no. 11, pp. 2958-2959, 2011
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