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Microwave Plasma

  • Hirotaka ToyodaEmail author
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Abstract

Microwave plasma is one of the important plasma sources in industry because of its high-plasma density and low damage to the processing surface. In this chapter, we examine the basic physics of the production of microwave plasma from the discharge breakdown to plasma sustainment, together with various production techniques of microwave plasma from low-pressure surface wave plasma, electron cyclotron plasma to atmospheric pressure microwave plasmas. Recently, a solid-state-based microwave power source has been utilized as the power source of microwave plasmas as an alternative to conventional magnetron-type microwave power supplies. Benefits of the solid-state microwave power for the plasma source are explained by focusing on the controllability of the microwave phase of the solid-state microwave power source.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ElectronicsNagoya University Furo-choNagoyaJapan

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