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[International Journal] Effects of Kr, N2 , and Ar on Address Discharge Time Lag in AC Plasma Display Panel with High Xenon content
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K.C.Choi , S.H.Kim , B.J.Shin , J.Kang , K.-Y.Choi , E.-H.Yoo

IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES, September , 2006

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vol 53, no 9, pp 2410-2413

Abstract
The additive gas effect on the discharge time lag of the address pulse was investigated in an ac plasma-display panel (PDP) with a Ne+13% Xe gas mixture. A small amount of Kr, N2, and Ar gas, respectively, was added to a Ne+13% Xe gas mixture to improve the address discharge time lag of an ac PDP. It was found that the address discharge time lag was improved by adding a small amount of Kr gas (up to 2%) to the Ne+13% Xe gas mixture and thereafter worsened. In the case of the addition of Ar gas to Ne+13% Xe, the discharge time lag of the address pulse was not improved. The concentration of N2 in the Ne+13% Xe gas mixture was varied from 0.013% to 0.187%, and its effects on the address discharge time lag were investigated. The time lag for the address discharge with a Ne+13% Xe+0.013% N2 gas mixture was improved