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Authors: Philip Rutberg (Institute for Electrophysics and Electric Power (RAS), St. Petersburg, Russia) 
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The book is dedicated to results of fundamental investigations in the field of dense low temperature plasma and their technical applications. It also includes technical applications of the results in the following areas:
1. Pulse discharges- High power pulse plasma generators with power up to 10 GW and currents up to 3 MA have been created.
Their application in new plasma technologies - creation of electric-physical systems of bodies, hyper-acceleration on the basis of electric discharge and combined units, blowing of cones, X-ray and UV generation.
2. Discharge in flows- Stationary AC in three-phase powerful generators from 1 kW up to 80 MW working on various media. New plasma technologies are developed on the basis of these plasma generators. These plasma technologies are used for processing and neutralization of highly toxic waste; synthesis-gas (CO+H2) and hydrogen production from organic containing waste, for treatment of coals and slates for application in power engineering and production of liquid fuels.
3. Pulse discharge in liquids- Creation of devices for bactericidal water treatment, and also for generation charged oxide nanoparticles and their applications in medicine (researches in the field of biology, genetics, and oncology).

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Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter I. Processes in High Current Discharges in Dense and Super Dense Gas Environments pp. 1-76

1. Introduction
2. Construction of the Discharge Chambers
3. Large Current Discharge with the Current Increase Rate of 109 A/Sec
4. Large Current Discharge Under the Current Increase Rate of (1-3)x10^8A/Sec
5. Large Current Discharge Under the Current Increase Rate of (0.6-3)x10^7A/Sec
6. Large Current Discharge Under The Current Increase Rate of (0.6-1.8)x10^10 A/Sec
7. Large Current Discharge Under The Current Increase Rate of 6x10^11 a/sec
8. Heat Exchange in the Discharge Chamber: Heat Exchange between the Discharge and the Working Gas
9. Pulse Discharge in the Super Dense Gas
10. Working Characteristics of Large Current Discharges in Pulse Generators of Dense Plasma
11. Pulse Plasma Generators
12. Conclusions

Chapter II. Investigation of High-Current Discharges in Gas Environments pp. 77-172

1. Introduction
2. Discharges in Gas Environments
3. Electrodes
4. The Main Technical Characteristics of Plasma Generators
5. External Characteristics of Plasma Generators
7. Plasma Technology

Chapter III. Investigation of Pulse Electric Discharges in Liquids pp. 173-201

1. Introduction
2. Experimental Unit and the PED Parameters
3. Erosion of Electrodes and the Nanoparticles
4. Biological Objects and Methods of Investigation
5. Nanoparticles in Dispersions
6. Nanoparticles and Blood Serum
7. Aggregation of Lysozyme on Nanoparticles
8. Bactericidal Action of Water Treated by PED
9. Mechanism of PMR W
10. Influence of Nanoparticles on Tumor Growth In Vivo

Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009
   Pages: 214 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60692-232-3
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
  
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