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[1] Experimental and theoretical study of dynamic effects in low-frequency capacitively coupled discharges / V. Dmitry, B. Oleg, K. Alexander et al. // Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 63rd Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference and 7th International Conference on Reactive Plasmas. — 2010. — Vol. 55, no. 7. Investigation of the low frequency capacitive coupled RF discharge in Ar excited at 1.76 MHz is performed both experimentally and theoretically. Experimental measurements of electron concentration, discharge voltage and current are presented for a wide range of input power. The experimental current shape has non-sinusoidal, close to triangle form. Theoretical study is based on the Particle in cell with Monte-Carlo Collisions numerical simulation. The triangle shape of the discharge current is obtained even for the case of a symmetric discharge. This is caused by the dynamic structure of the discharge sheaths. The sheath edge motion is non-sinusoidal and non-symmetric. Other specific dynamic features of low-frequency discharge are discussed. The important role of secondary electrons in discharge maintenance and power balance is described. This study is crucial for further treatment of dual frequency discharges with corresponding low frequency value.

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