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Title: Plasma–liquid interactions: a review and roadmap

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USDOE Office of Science (SC), Fusion Energy Sciences (FES) (SC-24)
OSTI Identifier:
1327559
Grant/Contract Number:
SC0001319
Resource Type:
Journal Article: Publisher's Accepted Manuscript
Journal Name:
Plasma Sources Science and Technology
Additional Journal Information:
Journal Volume: 25; Journal Issue: 5; Related Information: CHORUS Timestamp: 2017-06-24 20:02:38; Journal ID: ISSN 1361-6595
Publisher:
IOP Publishing
Country of Publication:
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Language:
English

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Bruggeman, P. J., Kushner, M. J., Locke, B. R., Gardeniers, J. G. E., Graham, W. G., Graves, D. B., Hofman-Caris, R. C. H. M., Maric, D., Reid, J. P., Ceriani, E., Fernandez Rivas, D., Foster, J. E., Garrick, S. C., Gorbanev, Y., Hamaguchi, S., Iza, F., Jablonowski, H., Klimova, E., Kolb, J., Krcma, F., Lukes, P., Machala, Z., Marinov, I., Mariotti, D., Mededovic Thagard, S., Minakata, D., Neyts, E. C., Pawlat, J., Petrovic, Z. Lj, Pflieger, R., Reuter, S., Schram, D. C., Schröter, S., Shiraiwa, M., Tarabová, B., Tsai, P. A., Verlet, J. R. R., von Woedtke, T., Wilson, K. R., Yasui, K., and Zvereva, G. Plasma–liquid interactions: a review and roadmap. Country unknown/Code not available: N. p., 2016. Web. doi:10.1088/0963-0252/25/5/053002.
Bruggeman, P. J., Kushner, M. J., Locke, B. R., Gardeniers, J. G. E., Graham, W. G., Graves, D. B., Hofman-Caris, R. C. H. M., Maric, D., Reid, J. P., Ceriani, E., Fernandez Rivas, D., Foster, J. E., Garrick, S. C., Gorbanev, Y., Hamaguchi, S., Iza, F., Jablonowski, H., Klimova, E., Kolb, J., Krcma, F., Lukes, P., Machala, Z., Marinov, I., Mariotti, D., Mededovic Thagard, S., Minakata, D., Neyts, E. C., Pawlat, J., Petrovic, Z. Lj, Pflieger, R., Reuter, S., Schram, D. C., Schröter, S., Shiraiwa, M., Tarabová, B., Tsai, P. A., Verlet, J. R. R., von Woedtke, T., Wilson, K. R., Yasui, K., & Zvereva, G. Plasma–liquid interactions: a review and roadmap. Country unknown/Code not available. doi:10.1088/0963-0252/25/5/053002.
Bruggeman, P. J., Kushner, M. J., Locke, B. R., Gardeniers, J. G. E., Graham, W. G., Graves, D. B., Hofman-Caris, R. C. H. M., Maric, D., Reid, J. P., Ceriani, E., Fernandez Rivas, D., Foster, J. E., Garrick, S. C., Gorbanev, Y., Hamaguchi, S., Iza, F., Jablonowski, H., Klimova, E., Kolb, J., Krcma, F., Lukes, P., Machala, Z., Marinov, I., Mariotti, D., Mededovic Thagard, S., Minakata, D., Neyts, E. C., Pawlat, J., Petrovic, Z. Lj, Pflieger, R., Reuter, S., Schram, D. C., Schröter, S., Shiraiwa, M., Tarabová, B., Tsai, P. A., Verlet, J. R. R., von Woedtke, T., Wilson, K. R., Yasui, K., and Zvereva, G. 2016. "Plasma–liquid interactions: a review and roadmap". Country unknown/Code not available. doi:10.1088/0963-0252/25/5/053002.
@article{osti_1327559,
title = {Plasma–liquid interactions: a review and roadmap},
author = {Bruggeman, P. J. and Kushner, M. J. and Locke, B. R. and Gardeniers, J. G. E. and Graham, W. G. and Graves, D. B. and Hofman-Caris, R. C. H. M. and Maric, D. and Reid, J. P. and Ceriani, E. and Fernandez Rivas, D. and Foster, J. E. and Garrick, S. C. and Gorbanev, Y. and Hamaguchi, S. and Iza, F. and Jablonowski, H. and Klimova, E. and Kolb, J. and Krcma, F. and Lukes, P. and Machala, Z. and Marinov, I. and Mariotti, D. and Mededovic Thagard, S. and Minakata, D. and Neyts, E. C. and Pawlat, J. and Petrovic, Z. Lj and Pflieger, R. and Reuter, S. and Schram, D. C. and Schröter, S. and Shiraiwa, M. and Tarabová, B. and Tsai, P. A. and Verlet, J. R. R. and von Woedtke, T. and Wilson, K. R. and Yasui, K. and Zvereva, G.},
abstractNote = {},
doi = {10.1088/0963-0252/25/5/053002},
journal = {Plasma Sources Science and Technology},
number = 5,
volume = 25,
place = {Country unknown/Code not available},
year = 2016,
month = 9
}

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