90° laser light scattering from a low density plasma
Alger, Terrence Francis
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This experiment was conducted to learn experimental techniques for studying Thomson Scattering at an angle of 90° from a laboratory plasma. A successful method of canceling the plasma radiation was employed by using a Calcite Slab to separate the plasma radiation into two equal intensity beams which self canceled when put through a- differential amplifier. Scattered light from the plasma was not observed due to the noise level of the photomultipliers and the reflections from the plasma chamber.
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