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Influence of the On-time on the Ozone Production in Pulsed Dielectric Barrier Discharges
Understanding the production mechanisms of ozone and other reactive species in atmospheric pressure dielectric barrier discharges (DBDs) has become increasingly important for the optimization and commercial success of these plasma devices in emerging applications, such as plasma medicine, plasma agriculture, and plasma catalysis. In many of these applications, input power modulation is exploited as a means to maintain a low gas temperature. Although the chemical pathways leading to ozonedoi:10.3390/plasma2010005 fatcat:shl3oytrlvejhflhbjkakgw4wq