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Correlations between gaseous and liquid phase chemistries induced by cold atmospheric plasmas in a physiological buffer

The understanding of plasma–liquid interactions is of major importance, not only in physical chemistry, chemical engineering and polymer science, but in biomedicine as well as to better control the biological processes induced on/in biological samples by Cold Atmospheric Plasmas (CAPs). Moreover, plasma–air

Authors:   Fanny Girard; Mathieu Peret; Natacha Dumont; Vasilica Badets; Sylvie Blanc; Kristaq Gazeli; Cédric Noël; Thierry Belmonte; Laurent Marlin; Jean-Pierre Cambus; Guillaume Simon; Neso Sojic; Bernard Held; Stéphane Arbault; Franck Clément
Journal:   Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Volume:   20
edition:   14
Pages:   9198
DOI:   10.1039/C8CP00264A
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  • biological samples
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