Chemical kinetics model for hypoxia effect in the afterglow of an argon plasma jet

Abstract : In the present study, we investigate the plasma chemistry in the afterglow of an argon plasma jet, by means of a chemical kinetics model. More specifically, we focus on the effect of a depleting oxygen fraction in the afterglow surroundings. Indeed, in vitro, this is induced by the argon flow during plasma treatment, but moreover, this also occurs in vivo in the surroundings of cancer cells. Our simulations indicate that the alterations of the density of biomedically important RONS strongly depend on the origin of each species.
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J van der Paal, S Heijkers, J Slaets, G Busco, E Robert, et al.. Chemical kinetics model for hypoxia effect in the afterglow of an argon plasma jet. 23rd International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry (ISPC23), Jul 2017, Montréal, Canada. ⟨hal-01620809⟩

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