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Pre- to Post-discharge Behavior in Saline Solution

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6 Author(s)
L. Schaper ; Centre for Plasma Physics, School of Mathematics and Physics, Queen's University Belfast , Belfast, U.K. ; C. P. Kelsey ; P. Ceccato ; A. Rousseau
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The development of a plasma discharge at low voltage (200-600 V) in saline solution is characterized using fast and standard CCD camera imaging. Vapor formation, plasma formation, and vapor collapse and subsequent pressure wave propagation are observed. If, with increasing voltage, the total energy deposited is kept approximately constant, the sequence and nature of events are similar but develop faster and more reproducibly at the higher voltages. This is attributed to the slower temporal evolution of the vapor layer at lower voltages which means a greater sensitivity to hydrodynamic instabilities at the vapor-liquid interface.

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 11 )