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Market: Plasma physicists and students. Upon publication in 1968, Plasma Diagnostics represented the most up- to-date survey of the experimental methods used in plasma analysis, including the necessary theoretical background. This work emphasizes spectroscopic techniques along with in-depth sections on laser techniques and electric and magnetic probe methods. The evaluation of collision and transport cross sections, heat and electrical conductivity, and viscosity are some of the many applications of plasma diagnostics reviewed as well. This long-awaited reprint volume is of interest to both physicists and students of theoretical physics as it deals with plasma theory from a fundamental point of view, stressing a careful derivation and discussion of the equations.Reseña del editor:
This monograph provides an account of the major theoretical and practical aspects of the diagnostics of high temperature plasmas with special emphasis on quantitative spectroscopic methods. The first two chapters contain a survey of the experimental methods of plasma analysis, together with the necessary theoretical background. In addition to chapters on spectroscopic, microwave and laser techniques, discussions of the electric and magnetic probe methods of mass spectroscopy have also been included. The evaluation of collision and transport cross sections, heat conducivity, electrical conductivity, and viscosity are some of the many applications of plasma diagnostics reviewed in the work. It should be suitable for plasma physicists and students of theoretical physics, as well as being suitable for a lecture course in plasma theory.
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Descripción American Institute of Physics, 1998. Paperback. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M1563963884