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Dielectric Barrier Discharge (DBD)

(Kopie 3)

Discharge into the air between sample and electrode.

Dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) refers to low-temperature plasmas, which can be used for surface functionalisation and coating or for material removal. Due to the low gas temperature and the ability to ignite these plasmas under atmospheric pressure, they are used in many fields. Thus, with dialectric barrier discharge, plastic surfaces can be functionalised for better adhesion to metal materials, skin conditions and wounds can be treated, semi-conductor and insulating thin layers can be separated and gases can be freed from contamination.

 

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