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Effluent gases containing various pollutants are generated from many sources. Non-thermal plasmas, including pulsed nanosecond corona (PC), were suggested for simultaneous removal of particulates and gaseous pollutants. PC demonstrated high removal efficiency, also in pilot-scale installations, but the cost of pulsed power supplies remains prohibitively high for most applications. With the purpose of reducing capital costs, DC flow-stabilized coronas had been proposed. Known devices employdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-89251-9_145 fatcat:2f4kqlg4rradddi4qyk2agnnxq