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1 Characteristics of the plasma Optical emission spectroscopy(OES), as a simple and non-intrusive diagnostic method, is playing a very important role in providing qualitative and quantitative information of plasma properties atmospheric pressure air plasmas. Several plasma parameters, including gas temperature, vibrational temperature, electron temperature and density, have been successfully characterized by OES method in this study. The major spectra come from the second positive system (SPS) of N2(C3Пu→B3Пg), and the first negative system (FNS) of N2+(B2Σu+→X2Σg+).
The intensity ratio of optical emission line from FNS to SPS is strongly dependent on the electron temperature or the energy distribution function for the electrons whose energy is more than 11 eV, because the excited thresholds of the two processes have a difference of about 8 eV. 5 nm Te (14) As shown in equation (12) and (13), the relative intensity of different vibrational levels of N2(X) is mainly determined by the electron density. According to Frank-Condon principle, the vibrational energy level distribution of N2(C) can be revealed using the changes in vibrational energy level distribution of N2(X).