Plasma Temperature

Plasma temperature is commonly measured in kelvins or electronvolts and is, informally, a measure of the thermal kinetic energy per particle. High temperatures are usually needed to sustain ionization, which is a defining feature of a plasma. The degree of plasma ionisation is determined by the electron temperature relative to the ionization energy (and more weakly by the density), in a relationship called the Saha equation. At low temperatures, ions and electrons tend to recombine into bound states—atoms—and the plasma will eventually become a gas.

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  • Gasification of carbonaceous wastes
  • Plasma chemical physics thermodynamics
  • Thermodynamic equilibrium modelling
  • Excitation and auto ionization in plasmas

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