Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics, Vol. 30

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This would lead to an anomalously low value of the “conductivity temperature ” when compared with measurements of plasma diamagnetism, a fact which was noted both in C stellarator and in Tokamak devices. The Thomsen scattering data support the plasma diamagnetism measurements as giving better temperatures than the conductivity. Reduction of the electrical conductivity by nearly a factor of 100 in the presence of strong electron plasma wave excitation was shown by Hamberger and Friedman (103). An electric field up to 500 V/cm was inductively applied to a toroidal plasma in resistivity measurements which corroborated Buneman’s expectation : = +(M/rn)”3wp,.

Because of uncertainty in particle confinement time as distinguished from energy confinement time, and an uncertainty which then existed in the electron temperature values. C. Collisionless Shocks The subject of collisionless shocks would be a suitable one for a rather extensive monograph. A review to the date of the 1968 Novosibirsk Conference was written by Drummond (W. Reference to the subject here must be brief, but is appropriate because the entropy production mechanism in a collisionless shock is necessarily some form of plasma turbulence.

P, P, plasma sources; G, one of two similar hexapole guide fields; E, one of two similar electrodes for 1 MHz heating discharge. EXPERIMENTAL PLASMA TURBULENCE 29 of density and temperature up to the maximum value they observed, which was 25 % at 4 x 10" eV/cm3. Note that this is about four times the PITvalue at which Jensen and Scott found 3 to 4% efficiency. One can therefore conclude that the two experiments are in accord. Kalinin et al. attribute the turbulent heating to the excitation of ion acoustic waves.

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