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Modeling Studies of the Formation and Destruction of NO in Pulsed Barrier Discharges in Nitrogen and Air

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Author(s)

J T. Herron

Abstract

This paper presents the results of modeling studies on the formation and destruction of NO in pulsed barrier discharges in nitrogen and air. The goals of this work are to identify the major processes involved in the formation and destruction of NO in air discharges, to distinguish between oxidative and reductive paths for NO destruction, to explore the potential importance of excited state reactions, to evaluate the role of water in such systems, and to identify the
Citation
Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing
Volume
21
Issue
No. 4

Keywords

air, barrier discharge, data, kinetics, modeling, nitric oxide, nitrogen, water

Citation

Herron, J. (2001), Modeling Studies of the Formation and Destruction of NO in Pulsed Barrier Discharges in Nitrogen and Air, Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing (Accessed April 14, 2024)
Created December 1, 2001, Updated February 17, 2017