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Wall conditioning

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wall conditioning

(Science: radiobiology) describes a class of procedures used to control the composition of materials adsorbed onto the walls of a plasma device. Conditioning is important because material from the walls can create impurities in the plasma, and these impurities typically degrade plasma performance.

See: boronisation, impurity control, electron cyclotron discharge cleaning.