The use of atmospheric pressure plasmas within or in contact with liquids has shown great promise in various fields of plasma science and technology. Physicochemical processes that occur at and near the plasma-liquid interface have been responsible for the rise of many applications ranging from environmental remediation to material science and healthcare. While substantial advances in improving the understanding of the physics and chemistry of plasma-liquid interactions have been made in the last decade, the magnitude of these discoveries has been insufficient in accelerating the development of plasma devices.
This special issue features articles dedicated to the science and technology of plasmas interacting with liquid surfaces that provide novel insights into the physics and chemistry of atmospheric pressure plasma-liquid interactions, and covers both experimental and modeling work on a range of topics.
Topics covered include, but are not limited to:
- Physics and chemistry of interfaces
- Plasma physics of multiphase systems
- Reaction engineering
- Plasmas and bubbles
- Plasma medicine
- Plasma material processing
- Plasma agriculture
- Plasma water treatment
- Plasma synthesis
Selma Mededovic Thagard, Clarkson University
Katharina Stapelmann, North Carolina State University
Manuscript Details & Submission
Authors are encouraged to use the JVST article template. During submission, you will have an opportunity to indicate that your paper is a part of this collection by choosing the Special Topic or Conference Collection on “Atmospheric Plasma-Liquid Interfaces.”