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An apparatus for studying periodic plasma

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Summary

The apparatus described permits Langmuir probe theory to be applied to the plasma of any periodic gas discharge. Examples of applications to the study of mercury are rectifiers are given.

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    Langmuir, I. and H. Mott-Smith, General Electric Review27 (1924) 449, 538, 616, etc.

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    Ledrus, R., Bull. Acad Roy. Belg. Cl. Sci. (1938) 123.

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    Ledrus, R. et R. Neirynck, A.C.E.C. Charleroi-Jeumont3–4 (1941) 141.

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    Hoyaux, M., Rev. Gén. Elect.60 (1951) 279, 317;62 (1953);63 (1954) 747.

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Ledrus, R.A. An apparatus for studying periodic plasma. Appl. Sci. Res. 5, 151–156 (1956). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02933279

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Keywords

  • Sweeping Potential
  • Space Potential
  • Probe Potential
  • Sweep Voltage
  • Complicated Figure