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Now let us consider a situation of two electrodes separated closely, both of which are biased positively. The situation is shown on the right-hand side of Fig. 15. It is not difﬁcult to understand the reason why ﬁne particles ﬂow into the region between the electrodes, where the electrode potential is lower than the plasma potential. This Fig. 15 Schematic for vortices of particles, triggered by a positively biased small electrode and two positively biased small electrodes separated closely. 3 Dust Collection and Removal Fig.
For ICP sources, the uniformity of the plasma density is mainly dependent on the reactor geometry and on the inductive antenna shape. These two parameters combined together generally deﬁne the plasma density proﬁle within the chamber mainly because: the inductor inﬂuences directly the electromagnetic ﬁeld proﬁle and thus the ionization proﬁle the vacuum chamber, with in particular its volume, wall distance and aspect ratio, inﬂuences the charged particle transport mechanisms [48–50]. The spiral coil is the most commonly used antenna because it radiates the highest intensity ﬂux by inductance value, and has the lowest inductance by surface unit [39,40].
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