Probe measurements on the P-4 system in single cathode operation.
Gall, Duane M.
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In this report the plasma of the P-4 system in single-cathode operation is examined by probe techniques and compared with data taken previously in two-cathode operation. Although no radical differences were discovered, the data as summarized in Tables 1 and 2 and Figs. 7 through 12 confirms the visual observation that the plasma column is more sharply defined in single-cathode operation.
UCRL-5998; Controlled thermonuclear processes, UC-20
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