[PDF] Plasma Physics (Methods of Experimental Physics Volume 9 Part B)

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Author: RALPH H. LOVBERG | Publisher: Academic | Category: Physics | Language: English | Page: 301 | ISBN: 0124759491 | ISBN13: 9780124759497 |

Description: Plasma Physics (Methods of Experimental Physics Volume 9 Part B) By RALPH H. LOVBERG * Publisher: Academic Press * Number Of Pages: 301 * Publication Date: 1971-07-12 * ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0124759491 * ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780124759497 PREFACE TO VOLUME 9 Plasma physics methods find applications in a wide range of disciplines, from astrophysics to electrical power generation. We therefore considered it desirable to combine in Part A (edited by Hans R. Griem) a discussion of the most widely used experimental methods in our field with examples for their applications to laboratory plasma (mostly stability) problems. Part R (edited by Ralph H. Lovberg) mainly summarizes how plasma methods help in investigations of our environment and in technology. There are also chapters dealing with some recent developments in plasma generation, radiation, and optical measurements. The reader will probably be surprised by the large share of theory in many of the parts. This seems to be typical of plasma physics, and is perhaps unavoidable when dealing with many-body systems (albeit here exclusively classical ones). Experimental techniques have already been covered in great detail in other multiauthor books (“Plasma Diagnostic Techniques,” S. L. Leonard and R. H. Huddlestone, eds., Academic Press, New York, 1965 ; “Plasma Diagnostics,” W. Lochte-Holtgreven, ed., North-Holland Publ., Amsterdam, 1968) and in some monographs (“Plasma Diagnostics with Microwaves,” M. A. Heald and C. R. Wharton, Wiley, New York, 1965; “Plasma Spectroscopy,” H. R. Griem, McGraw- Hill, New York, 1964; “Radiation Processes in Plasmas,” G. Bekefi, Wiley, New York, 1966). We therefore emphasize general methods used in experimental investigations of plasma problems. Another compromise had to be found in regard to the ideal of a unified notation. Had the editors insisted on an entirely uniform notation throughout the volume, many of the parts would have deviated substantially from general usage in the relevant literature. As one of the foremost functions of this series is to introduce the reader to the more specialized literature, this would have been too high a price to pay. We therefore hope that the appended list of symbols will help the reader to find his way through the volume in spite of multiple meanings of some symbols, and different symbols for the same physical quantity in separate parts. The choice of systems of units also becomes difficult in an enterprise such as this, since plasma technology, more than most other fields, involves a large overlapping of pure science and engineering. An inevitable result is that the plasma physicist is forced into some kind of compromise between the cgs and mks systems of units (especially in the associated electromagnetic problems), and the point at which this compromise is made will vary from one worker to another. We thank all contributors for their shares in this task, and Dr. L. Marton, the editor of these Methods volumes, and Academic Press for their steady encouragement. HANS R. GRIEM RALPHH . LOVBERG

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