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TitleCapacitively coupled radio-frequency discharges in nitrogen at low-pressure
Author(s)Alves, L. L.
Marques, L.
Pintassilgo, C. D.
Wattieaux, G.
Berndt, J.
Boufendi, L.
Es-Sebbar, E. T.
Carrasco, N.
Cernogora, G.
Issue date2011
Abstract(s)This paper studies capacitively coupled radio-frequency discharges (13.56MHz frequency) in pure nitrogen, produced within the LATMOS and the GREMI cylindrical parallel-plate reactors, surrounded by a lateral grounded grid, at 2-30W coupled powers and 0.2-1 mbar pressures. Simulations use an hybrid code [1] that couples a 2D (r,z) time-dependent fuid module for the charged particles and a 0D kinetic module for the nitrogen (atomic and molecular) neutral species. The coupling between these modules adopts the local mean energy approximation to define space-time dependent electron parameters for the fuid module and to work-out space-time average rates for the kinetic module. The model gives good predictions for the self-bias voltage and for the intensities of radiative transitions (average and spatially-resolved OES measurements)with the nitrogen SPS and FNS, and with the argon 811nm atomic line (present as an actinometer). Model results underestimate the experimental electron density (average resonant-cavity measurements) by a factor of 3-4. [1] L. Marques et al, J. Appl. Phys. 102, 063305 (2007).
TypePoster
DescriptionApresentação em poster; publicado em: Bulletin of the American Physical Society. 56:15 (2011).
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/14559
Publisher versionhttp://www.aps.org/meetings/meeting.cfm?name=GEC11
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
Appears in Collections:CDF - FCT - Comunicações/Communications (with refereeing)

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