The Cold Plasma Market will be worth US$51.3Bn by 2026 and is predicted to expand at a CAGR of 16.3% between 2018 and 2026

Cold Plasma Market will Account for Revenues worth US$ 51314.6 Mn by 2026.  With the advancing electronics and semiconductors industry, the demand for cold plasma (CP) has been on the rise. While the demand for applications such as coating and finishing, surface treatment, adhesion, and etching, associated with printed circuit boards (PCBs) is soaring, the …

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Mayor’s office of China’s Silicon Valley interrogates Irish High Technology Company.

The deputy district mayor of Shenzhen, Liu Zhiyong and a delegation from the Shenzhen Financial Development Office meeting the Management Team at Impedans Ltd. Deputy District Mayor, Liu Zhiyong, of Shenzhen also known as China’s Hardware Silicon Valley at a meeting today in Dublin, with Irish Technology Company Impedans Ltd.  The Deputy Mayor is chasing …

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16th International Conference on Plasma Surface Engineering

I look forward to attending the next PSE in Garmisch-Partenkirchen in southern Germany. It is a great conference for plasma treatment and given that Germany is one of the leading countries in plasma technology it is always exciting to attend.  The fact the beer is great is icing on the cake. Mike B Hopkins, Impedans  16th …

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Phase shifted harmonics for RF bias

An interesting paper from Thomas Mussenbrock's Lab using a phase shifted harmonic of the source bias in an inductive discharge to drive the bias electrode.  Their work shows that there is a synchronization of the bias field and inductive field that enhances power efficiency. It seems clear to me that the source power needs to …

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