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Gas discharges.

Gas discharges.

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Published by IEE in London .
Written in English


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SeriesIEE proceedings -- v.128 ; -- pt.A ; -- no.4
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Open LibraryOL14173385M

Basic concepts of discharges and plasmas are examined, taking into account the motion of a charged particle in a gas, the inclusion of the effects of inelastic collisions, the motion of charged particles in a magnetic field, the motion of an electron gas, Boltzmann's equation, and plasma variables in terms of the distribution functions. The positive column is considered along with magnetic Cited by: The book contains much useful data: results of experiments and calculations, and reference data. It provides estimates of typical parameters and formulas in forms suitable for computations. Gas discharges of all important types are discussed: breakdown, glow, arc, spark and corona at radio frequency, microwave and optical frequences.

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