Plasma [ISSN 2571-6182] provides an advanced forum for studies related to all aspects of plasma science, such as plasma physics, plasma chemistry and space plasma. It publishes reviews, research articles and short communications as well as Special Issues on particular subjects.
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- atmospheric-pressure plasma
- electron, ion and plasma sources
- dusty plasma
- low-temperature plasma and its applications
- plasma diagnostics
- electric discharges in gases, liquids and solids
- plasma dynamics
- plasma electrical properties
- plasma theory and modelling
- plasma–surface interaction
- low-pressure plasma
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