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ISPC 19 Proceedings

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A special issue collecting the plenary and invited papers of the ISPC 19 has now been published in "Pure and Applied Chemistry". The editions of recent ISPC conferences can be found at :

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Kunihide Tachibana Microplasma generation in artificial media and its potential applications
Giorgio Dilecce, Paolo F. Ambrico, and Santolo De Benedictis Optical diagnostics in dielectric barrier discharges at atmospheric pressure
Jochen Waskoenig, Kari Niemi, Nikolas Knake, Lucy Marie Graham, Stephan Reuter, Volker Schulz-von der Gathen, and Timo Gans Diagnostic-based modeling on a micro-scale atmospheric-pressure plasma jet
Klaus Dieter Weltmann, Eckhard Kindel, Thomas von Woedtke, Marcel Hähnel, Manfred Stieber, and Ronny Brandenburg Atmospheric-pressure plasma sources: prospective tools for plasma medicine
Sebastien Guimond, Barbara Hanselmann, Martin Amberg, and Dirk Hegemann Plasma functionalization of textiles: Specifics and possibilities
Arutiun P. Ehiasarian High-power impulse magnetron sputtering and its applications
Lenka Zajikova, Ondrej Jasek, Marek Eliás, Petr Synek, Lukas Lazar, Oldrich Schneeweiss, and Renata Hanzlikova Synthesis of carbon nanotubes by plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition in an atmospheric-pressure microwave torch
Maxime Mikikian, Marjorie Cavarroc, Lenaic Couedel, Yves Tessier, and Laifa Boufendi Dust particles in low-pressure plasmas: Formation and induced phenomena
Annemie Bogaerts, Christophe De Bie, Maxie Eckert, Violeta Georgieva, Tom Martens, Erik Neyts, and Stefan Tinck Modeling of the plasma chemistry and plasma-surface interactions in reactive plasmas
Luc Stafford, Joydeep Guha, Rohit Khare, Stefano Mattei, Olivier Boudreault, Boris Clain, and Vincent M. Donnelly Experimental and modeling study of O and Cl atoms surface recombination reactions in O2 and Cl2 plasmas
Koichi Sasaki and Noriharu Takada Liquid-phase laser ablation
J. Christopher Whitehead Plasma catalysis: A solution for environmental problems
Takayuki Watanabe, Kazuyuki Yatsuda, Yaochun Yao, Tetsuji Yano, and Tsugio Matuura Innovative in-flight glass-melting technology using thermal plasmas
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