Use of Langmuir Probes in Low-Pressure Rare Gas Plasmas
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McLaughlin, Terrence Adrien (1970-06);Inductive magnetic probes were studied, designed, constructed, calibrated and used at the Plasma Study Facility. The probes were built for three specific purposes: to measure current, radial shock waves and Alfven waves ...
Haycraft, Thomas James (Monterey, California. U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1969-06);A reflex arc nitrogen plasma in a longitudinal magnetic field has been investigated by means of cylindrical Langmuir probes. Magnetic fields varying from 2400 gauss to 6600 gauss were studied. A radial profile of electron ...
Ketchel, Robert J.; Zobel, William M. (Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1963);This is a continuation of work at the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School under Professor N. L. Oleson, investigating oscillations in low pressure ionized gases. Druyvesteyn analysis (using electronic methods for obtaining first ...