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Atmospheric Plasma-Liquid Interfaces

The use of atmospheric pressure plasmas within or in contact with liquids has shown great promise in various fields of plasma science and technology. Physicochemical processes that occur at and near the plasma-liquid interface have been responsible for the rise of many applications ranging from environmental remediation to material science and healthcare. This special issue features articles dedicated to the science and technology of plasmas interacting with liquid surfaces that provide novel insights into the physics and chemistry of atmospheric pressure plasma-liquid interactions, and covers both experimental and modeling work on a range of topics.

Guest editors:

  • Selma Mededovic Thagard, Clarkson University
  • Katharina Stapelmann, North Carolina State University

Image credit: E. Jüngling, K. Grosse, and A. von Keudell, JVST A 40, 043003 (2022);

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Muhammad Farooq; Siddiqa Ismail; N. U. Rehman
Ryota Kazama; Taichi Watanabe; Shungo Zen; Nozomi Takeuchi
Nicholas L. Sponsel; Sophia Gershman; Maria J. Herrera Quesada; Jacob T. Mast; Katharina Stapelmann
Radha Krishna Murthy Bulusu; Shurik Yatom; Christopher W. Patterson; Robert J. Wandell; Bruce R. Locke
Evelyn Artmann; Lukas Forschner; Timo Jacob; Albert K. Engstfeld
Naomi Bourbeau; Laure Soussan; Ahmad Hamdan
Audren Dorval; Korentin Geraud; Flavien Valensi; Ahmad Hamdan
E. Jüngling; K. Grosse; A. von Keudell
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