Fundamentals and Applications of Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas
Atmospheric pressure plasmas are formed in open atmosphere and result in high reactivity due to formation of multiple excited and ionized species. These plasmas play an important role in many applications including plasma medicine, agriculture, plasma processing, catalysis, and aerospace engineering. This Special Topic, which brings together researchers in all areas of experimental, computational, and theoretical study of atmospheric plasmas, provides a collection of exciting new research on the fundamental aspects of atmospheric pressure plasmas and their applications.
Guest Editors: Michael Keidar, Klaus-Dieter Weltmann, and Sergey Macheret