XinPei Lu, Stephan Reuter, Mounir Laroussi, DaWei Liu
March 14, 2019 Forthcoming
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ISBN 9781498743631 - CAT# K26851
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Nonequilibrium atmospheric pressure plasma jets (N-APPJs) generate plasma in open space rather than in a confined discharge gap and can be utilized for applications in medicine. This book provides a complete introduction to this fast-emerging field, from the fundamental physics to experimental approaches and reactive species diagnostics. It gives an overview of development of a wide range of plasma jet devices, including plasma bullets, and discusses in detail the exciting application of this technology for cancer treatment.
XinPei Lu received his PhD in electrical engineering from the HuaZhong University of Science and Technology, China. In 2007, he joined HuaZhong University of Science and Technology, where he is now a Chair Professor (ChangJiang Scholar) with the College of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He is a Senior Member of IEEE. His research interests include low-temperature plasma sources and their biomedical applications, modeling of low-temperature plasmas, and plasma diagnostics.
Stephan Reuter is a plasma physicist and head of a research group focusing on cold atmospheric pressure plasmas interacting with liquids. He has won several awards and scholarships, among them the Young Researcher in Science Scholarship of the "Deutsche Schering Stiftung". His key expertise is in non-equilibrium plasma diagnostics and diagnostics assisted by modelling.
Mounir Laroussi from Old Dominion University is one of the pioneers who discovered the plasma bullet phenomena in atmospheric pressure plasma jets and one of the founders of the field of plasma medicine. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in Electrical Engineering. Dr. Laroussi is a Fellow of IEEE and is the recipient of the 2012 IEEE Merit Award.
DaWei Liu is a professor in the College of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at HuaZhong University of Science and Technology. He earned his PhD in Electric and Electronic Engineering from Loughborough University in the United Kingdom in 2009, and a BA in Electric and Electronic Engineering from China University of Geosciences in 2002. He was the recipient of the Nature Science Prize of the Hubei province in 2011. He teaches courses on electric circuits and low temperature plasma applications. He is also the project leader on several major projects of the National Nature Science Foundation of China, and AEET national state key laboratory. Prof. Liu is the author of numerous papers on low temperature plasma technology and its application. His primary research interest is in the numerical and experimental study of low temperature plasma, with special attention to plasma jets driven by radio frequency and pulse power supply for biomedical applications.
Section I Basic Concept of Nonequilibrium
Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jets (n-APPJs)
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Nonequilibrium Atmospheric Pressure Plasma
Section II Physics of Nonequilibrium Atmospheric
Pressure Plasma Jets (n-APPJs)
Chapter 3 Basic Physical Phenomena and Theoretical
Models of n-APPJs
Chapter 4 Recent Advances in Physics of n-APPJ
Section III Diagnostics of Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas
Chapter 5 Introduction to Plasma Diagnostics
Chapter 6 Diagnostics of the Core Plasma
Chapter 7 Diagnostics of the Plasma Effluent
(in Jets)—From Near Field to Far Field
Chapter 8 From Plasma to Liquid
Section IV Application of n-APPJs in Medicine –
Chapter 9 n-APPJs for Cancer Applications