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滿額優惠折扣 5/5~6/30週年慶全館滿599打95折
    Preface
    Chapter 1 What is Plasma?
    1.1 Introduction
    1-1-1 Fluid model
    1-1-2 Kinetic model
    1-2 Artificially-Produced Plasma
    1-2-1 Plasma displays
    1-2-2 Fluorescent lamps and neon signs
    1-2-3 Industrial application
    1-2-4 Fusion energy researches
    1-3 Terrestrial Plasma
    1-3-1 Lightning
    1-3-2 Sprites
    1-3-3 St. Elmo’s fire
    1-3-4 The polar aurora, northern lights
    1-4 Space and Astrophysical Plasma
    1-4-1 The Sun and other stars
    1-4-2 The solar wind
    1-5 Definition of Plasma and Fundamental Characteristics
    1-5-1 Plasma properties and parameters
    1-5-2 Comparison of plasma and gas phases
    1-6 Complex Plasma Phenomena
    1-6-1 Filamentation
    1-6-2 Shocks or double layers
    1-6-3 Cellular structure
    1-6-4 Electric fields and circuits
    1-6-5 Critical ionization velocity
    1-6-6 Ultracold plasma
    1-6-7 Non-neutral plasma
    1-6-8 Dusty plasma and grain plasma
    Chapter 2 Methods for Plasma Production
    2-1 Basic Mechanism of Plasma Production
    2-1-1 Townsend discharge and discharge start voltage
    2-1-2 Self- sustaining discharge voltage
    2-1-3 Structure of glow discharge
    2-1-4 High frequency discharge
    2-2 Plasma Production in Low Gas Pressure
    2-3 Plasma Production in High Gas Pressure
    2-3-1 Corona discharge
    2-3-2 Electric spark
    2-3-3 Dielectric barrier discharge
    2-4 Plasma Production by Lasers
    2-4-1 Introduction to physics of lasers
    2-4-2 Types of lasers
    2-4-3 Plasma production by lasers
    2-4-4 Laser classifications
    Chapter 3 Key Techniques for Plasma Production
    3-1 Vacuum Technology
    3-1-1 Definition of vacuum
    3-1-2 Necessity of ultra-high vacuum (UHV)
    3-1-3 The mechanism of the vacuum pump operation
    3-2 Vacuum Theory Using Ideal Gas Properties
    3-2-1 Collision parameters
    3-2-2 Three regions of gas flow
    3-2-3 Molecular transport and pumping laws
    3-2-4 Pumping law in the high and
    ultra-high vacuum regions
    3-3 Practical Vacuum Techniques
    3-3-1 Transfer or rotary pump
    3-3-2 Diffusion pumps
    3-3-3 Turbomolecular pumps
    3-3-4 Sorption pump
    3-3-5 Simplified vacuum system design
    3-3-6 Summary of vacuum pumps and their characteristics
    3-4 Vacuum Measuring Technique
    3-4-1 Manometer
    3-4-2 Membrane gauge
    3-4-3 Electronic gauge
    Chapter 4 Plasma Diagnostics
    4-1 Langmuir Probe Method
    4-1-1 Single probe [1,2]
    4-1-2 Emissive probe
    4-1-3 Double probe [4,5]
    4-1-4 Triple probe [6]
    4-1-5 High frequency resonance probe
    4-1-6 Ion sensitive probe
    4-2 Microwave Interferometry and Reflectmetry
    4-2-1 Plasma density measurements by microwave interferometry
    4-2-2 Plasma density measurement by microwave reflectometry
    4-2-3 Laser interferometry
    4-3 Spectroscopy
    4-3-1 Refraction of light
    4-3-2 Spectroscopy
    4-3-3 Instruments
    4-3-4 Measurement process
    4-3-5 Measured physical quantity
    4-4 Laser Spectroscopy
    4-4-1 Thomson scattering [18]
    4-4-2 Stark effect [19]
    4-4-3 Zeeman interaction [19]
    Chapter 5 Plasmas for Material Processing
    5-1 Low Temperature Plasmas
    5-1-1 Plasma CVD and its characteristic feature
    5-1-2 Plasma source for plasma CVD
    5-1-3 Some examples of application of plasma CVD
    5-2 Thermal Plasma
    5-2-1 DC arc plasma
    5-2-2 RF torch plasma
    5-2-3 Microwave torch plasma
    Chapter 6 Applications to Energy and Environmental Fields
    6-1 Inroduction
    6-2 Light Source and Display Systems
    6-2-1 Light sources
    6-2-2 Plasma display [3,4]
    6-3 Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion for
    Future Energy Sources
    6-3-1 Principle of thermonuclear fusion
    6-3-2 Fusion devices and experimental
    results216
    6-3-3 Fusion sites and international
    collaboration
    6-4 Particle Beam Source
    6-4-1 Ion beam source
    6-4-2 Neutral beam source
    6-5 High Energy Particle Accelerator
    6-5-1 High energy particle accelerator
    6-5-2 Principle of charged particle acceleration
    6-5-3 Vp×B acceleration (Surfatron)
    6-5-4 Plasma beat wave accelerator
    6-5-5 Plasma wakefield acceleration
    6-5-6 Laser wakefield acceleration
    6-5-7 Acceleration distance and optical guiding
    6-6 Application to Environmental Engineering
    6-6-1 Ozone production and application
    6-6-2 Volatile organic compounds treatment by electrostatic precipitator
    6-6-3 Exhaust gas treatment by electrostatic precipitation
    6-6-4 Recycled usage of exhaust gases
    6-6-5 Sterilization by plasma
    Chapter 7 Biomedical Application of Plasma Technology
    7-1 Introduction339
    7-2 Application of Plasma on Artificial Devices
    7-2-1 Effect of plasma treatment on biocompatibility and osseointegration of Ti implant
    7-2-2 Wettability of implant surface improved by plasma treatment
    7-2-3 Enhancement of wear and corrosion resistance by plasma treatment
    7-2-4 Anti-bacterial properties of plasma nitrided layers on biomedical devices
    7-2-5 The interaction between blood and material interfaces
    7-2-6 Influence of surface morphology on implant
    7-2-7 Pretreatment of biomaterial surface
    7-2-8 Application of plasma on biomaterials
    7-2-9 Application of plasma on Ti-based biomaterials
    7-3 Application of Argon Plasma on Tissue of Organism
    7-3-1 Basic principle of argon plasma coagulation (APC)
    7-3-2 Thermal injury caused by high power argon plasma
    7-3-3 Efficacy of APC therapy
    7-3-4 Dependence of pulsed mode APC
    Appendix
    Index
    Exercises
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