Glossar: relyon plasma
Reactive oxide and nitrogen species

Reactive oxide and nitrogen species (RONS) are different molecules containing oxygen and nitrogen that are generated in the secondary plasma.

RONS (Reactive oxide and nitrogen species) oder auch reaktive Sauerstoff- und Stickstoff-Spezies bezeichnet verschiedene Sauerstoff- und Stickstoffbasierte Moleküle, wie sie im sekundären Plasma entstehen.

Key representatives are various nitrogen oxides, e.g. NO and NO2, as well as ozone and hydrogen peroxide. Reactive oxide and nitrogen species (RONS) are a versatile mixture of long-lived and short-lived molecules that may react with each other or with other molecules. They are one of the main reasons for the effectiveness of plasma treatments.

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