Gas Phase Kinetics
The unique chemical reactions that take place in a plasma are almost entirely caused by inelastic collisions between energetic electrons and neutrals of thermal energy. The inelastic scattering produces a host of excited states, which then relax and/or interact by collision between particles or by collisions with the walls of the reactor.
KeywordsInelastic Scattering Inelastic Collision Molecular Collision Unique Chemical Reaction Dissociative Attachment
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