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This tool performs collision radiative modeling of Argon to predict the emission intensities for the specified input temperatures, pressure and number densities. Excitation, relaxation, ionization, recombination, diffusion to the electrode walls, spontaneous emission, and radiation trapping are included for the ground state and first 40 excited states of argon.
This work was supported by NSF Grant Number 1344654 for Scalable Nanomanufacturing.
For more details, please refer to the following journal article:
G Shivkumar, MA Alrefae, SS Tholeti, SO Macheret, TS Fisher & AA Alexeenko, "Discharge regimes and emission characteristics of capacitively coupled radio frequency argon plasma with a square wave input", Journal of Applied Physics (Accepted for publication on 5/25/2019).
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