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Discharge status diagnosis based on chromaticity coordinates

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Abstract

It is common for researchers to learn about the physical process of discharge by studying the intensity of specific spectral lines in the emission spectrum. By using this method, every microscopic process involving light radiation can be quantitatively analyzed, but there is a problem of how to select appropriate spectral lines for the comprehensive judgment of changes in the discharge process. Here, we present a comprehensive method for converting the visible spectrum of discharge into chromaticity coordinates. In this way, a large number of spectral data are transformed into a single chromaticity coordinate to diagnose the gas discharge directly and quickly, and the comprehensive evaluation of the discharge status is implemented.

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