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    CESPC-7, 7th Central European Symposium on

    Plasma Chemistry

    Scientific Program

    &

    Book of abstracts

    Sveti Martin na Muri, Croatia 3rd to 7th September 2017

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    7th Central European Symposium on Plasma Chemistry, Sveti Martin na Muri,

    Croatia, 3rd to 7th September 2017, Scientific Program & Book of abstracts

    Edited by Slobodan Milošević and Nikša Krstulović

    Published by Institute of Physics, Zagreb

    Printed by LDK-PROMET d.o.o. Zagreb

    ISBN: 978-953-7666-16-3

    All rights reserved

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    Contents

    Preface 5

    Committees 6

    Supporters 8

    General information 9

    Program 11

    Scientific program in detail 12

    Abstracts 23

    Invited lectures 25

    Oral communications 37

    Poster communications 71

    Authors’s Index 123

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    Preface

    Dear Colleagues,

    on behalf of the International Scientific Committee and of the Local Organizing

    Committee we are pleased to welcome you in Sveti Martin na Muri during

    September 3-7, 2017, to attend CESPC-7, the Seventh Central European

    Symposium on Plasma Chemistry.

    The conference is the seventh edition of a series of successful symposia

    initiated in 2007 in Gdansk (Poland) and continued in Czech Republic (Brno,

    2008), Ukraine (Kyiev, 2009), Serbia (Zlatibor, 2011), Hungary

    (Balatonalmadi, 2013) and Italy (Bressanone, 2015). The conference topics

    include fundamental problems, modelling and diagnostics, new materials,

    energy technologies, environmental protection, bio and medical plasma

    technologies, surface processes, nanostructured materials, and as the first time

    at CESPC, food and agriculture plasma technologies. CESPC-7 intends to

    provide an interactive platform for researchers from different backgrounds,

    (chemistry, physics, engineering, material sciences, biology, medicine, food

    technology) to meet and develop new ideas in the widely interdisciplinary

    plasma chemistry field. We hope that CESPC-7 will show advancements in the

    field of plasma chemistry and will reinforce existing networks of scientific

    interaction, communication and exchange and stimulate the development of new

    collaborations.

    The event is supported by the Central European Initiative under the

    regional cooperation project in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.

    Support by the Ministry of Science and Education of Croatia, Institute of

    Physics, Zagreb and by the sponsors mentioned in the next pages is also

    gratefully acknowledged.

    This book collects the abstracts of the scientific reports contributed to

    CESPC-7 authored by researchers from 24 countries all over the world,

    including 10 invited lectures, 32 oral contributions, and 51 posters. A selection

    of contributed papers will be published in a special topic issue of The European

    Physical Journal D, under the title Advances in Plasma Chemistry.

    We are confident that with your participation CESPC7 will continue the

    tradition of successful CESPC conferences and that it will be a fruitful and

    challenging experience for all of us.

    We wish you all a pleasant stay in Sveti Martin na Muri.

    With best regards

    Slobodan Milošević and Nikša Krstulović

    Chairs of CESPC-7

    Zagreb, July 30, 2017

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    Committees

    International Scientific Committee

    A. Brablec, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

    M. Černák, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

    V. Chernyak, Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University, Ukraine

    M. Dors, Center for Plasma and Laser Engineering PAS, Gdansk, Poland,

    M. M. Kuraica, University of Belgrade, Serbia

    K. Kutasi, Wigner Research Centre for Physics HAS, Budapest, Hungary

    Š. Matejcik, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia

    J. Mizeraczyk, Gdynia Maritime University, Poland

    C. Paradisi, Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy

    A. A.Tóth, Research Centre for Natural Sciences HAS, Budapest, Hungary

    International Advisory Committee

    Y. S. Akishev, State Research Centre of the Russian Federation Triniti,

    Moscow, Russia

    V. Colombo, Università di Bologna, Italy

    G. Dinescu, National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Rad. Physics, Bucharest,

    Romania

    G. Exarhos, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA, USA

    S. Filatov, A.V. Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute, Minsk, Belarus

    N. Gherardi, Université Paul Sabatier, LAPLACE, Toulouse, France

    M. Hrabovský, Institute of Plasma Physics ASCR, Prague, Czech Republic

    H. Kersten, Christian Albrechts University at Kiel, Germany

    K. Kostov, State University of São Paulo, FEG, Brazil

    D. Kovácik, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia

    Y. A. Lebedev, A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petroch. Synthesis RAS, Moscow,

    Russia

    C. Leys, Ghent University, Belgium

    E. Martysh, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine

    N. J. Mason, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

    M. Mozetič, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia

    Z. Petrović, University of Belgrade, Serbia

    G. Pichler, Kuwait University / Institute of Physics, Zagreb, Croatia

    T. Popov, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria

    J.-M. Pouvesle, University of Orléans, France

    A. Simon, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

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    P. Vašina, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

    K.-D. Weltmann, Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology,

    Greifswald, Germany

    Local Organizing Committee

    S. Milošević (Chair), Institute of Physics, Zagreb

    N. Krstulović (Co-Chair), Institute of Physics, Zagreb

    M. Bišćan Institute of Physics, Zagreb

    D. Popović Institute of Physics, Zagreb

    V. Horvatić Institute of Physics, Zagreb

    R. Beuc Institute of Physics, Zagreb

    Special thanks to:

    Mirela Gašpar, PBZ Card d.o.o., travel agency

    Martina Fresl, PBZ Card d.o.o., travel agency

    Robin Zlatić, Tkaonica webova, Zagreb

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    Supporters and sponsors

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    General information

    The Seventh Central European Symposium on Plasma Chemistry (CESPC-7) is

    held in Sveti Martin na Muri (Croatia) during September 3-7, 2017.

    CESPC7 is organized by the Institute of Physics, Zagreb, Croatia. CESPC is a

    biannual International Symposium, supported by the Central European Initiative

    (CEI) and attended by scientists from all over the world. Previous editions were

    held in Poland (Gdansk, 2006), Czech Republic (Brno, 2008), Ukraine (Kyiev,

    2009), Serbia (Zlatibor, 2011), Hungary (Balatonalmadi, 2013) and Italy

    (Bressanone, 2015).

    CESPC is a forum to present new results and exchange ideas in plasma

    fundamentals and applications in all fields including materials processing,

    surface modifications, medicine, environmental protection and related areas.

    Emphasis is on plasma chemistry. The four-day format of the symposium

    provides excellent opportunities for both formal presentations and informal

    discussions.

    Topics:

    1. Fundamental problems 2. Modeling and diagnostics 3. New materials 4. Energy technologies 5. Environmental protection 6. Bio and medical plasma technologies 7. Surface processes 8. Nanostructured materials 9. Food and agriculture plasma technologies 10. Related topics

    Venue and social events Registration and all scientific activities will be held at the LifeClass Terme

    Sveti Martin, Izvorska 3, 40313, Sveti Martin na Muri, Croatia.

    Registration will be open on Sunday September 3, from 14:00 to 18:00 and on

    Monday September 4 starting at 8:40. On Sunday, registration will be followed

    by a welcome reception at the LifeClass Terme Sveti Martin.

    Lunches and dinners will also be served at the hotel SPA Golfer. The

    conference gala dinner will take place on Wednesday, September 6.

    An excursion to Eco Museum Mura is organized for all participants and

    accompanying persons on the afternoon of Tuesday September 5, to visit

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    several spots in the area and winery. We will enjoy wine tasting and

    refreshments.

    Participants will stay at one of the following residences:

    SPA Golfer Hotel

    Apartments R

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