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Spatiotemporal Behavior of Excited Xenon-Atom Density in Accordance With Xenon Mole Fraction to Neon in Alternating-Current Plasma Display Panels by Laser-Absorption Spectroscopy

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6 Author(s)
Phil Yong Oh, ; Dept. of Electrophys., Kwangwoon Univ., Seoul ; Jung Hyun Kim ; Youngjune Hong ; Seok Ho Cho
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In this paper, spatiotemporal behavior of the excited Xe-atom density of metastable state was investigated by laser-absorption spectroscopy in alternating-current plasma display panel in accordance with the Xe mole fraction to Ne, which can be connected to the relative luminous efficiency over all spaces in a discharge cell. The various test panels with Xe mole fractions of 4%, 7%, 10%, and 15% to Ne have been used in this paper, in which discharge cell with T-typed indium-tin-oxide electrode and closed-barrier rib has been adopted. In this paper, the density of metastable state for the excited Xe atom is found to increase slowly beyond the Xe mole fraction of 10%. It is also accordingly noted that the luminous efficiency increases slowly beyond the Xe mole fraction of 10%, which is similar to that of the density of the excited Xe atoms in the metastable state in this paper.

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 3 )