Influence of Electrode Materials and Coverings on the Gaseous By-Products Generated by Air Corona Discharges
It is well known that, by electron / molecule collisions, corona discharges in atmospheric air produce reactive species which can be enumerated as followed: primary charged products which should mainly be O2 −, O− and OH− ions for the negatively charged species and N2 +, N+, O2 +, O+ ions for the positively charged species; neutral active products N, N2*, N*, O, O2*, O* and OH.
KeywordsCorona Discharge Gaseous Species Copper Electrode Plane Electrode Corona Streamer
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