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Аннотации (08.2012) : Ultraviolet Excimer Radiation from Nonequilibrium Gas Discharges and its Application in Photophysics, Photochemistry and Photobiology

Ultraviolet Excimer Radiation from Nonequilibrium Gas Discharges and its Application in Photophysics, Photochemistry and Photobiology

© 2012 г.    U. Kogelschatz, Doctor of Natural Sciences

Retired from ABB Corporate Research, 5405 Baden, Switzerland

E-mail: u.kogelschatz@bluewin.ch

Narrowband UV and VUV excimer radiation can be generated in a variety of nonequilibrium gas discharges: dielectric barrier discharges, microhollow cathode discharges, arrays of microplasmas, corona discharges. Excimer lamps (excilamps) are now available for a large number of wavelengths and in various geometrical shapes. The availability of nearly monochromatic photon fluxes ranging in energy up to 15 eV resulted in a number of innovative photo-induced processes in photophysics, photochemistry and photobiology. This report focuses on progress made in the last decade.

Keywords: ultraviolet radiation, excimer fluorescence, photochemistry, materials processing, pollution control, phototherapy.

OCIS сodes: 350.5400, 350.5130, 350.5610

Поступила в редакцию 02.05.2012

 

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