Millimeter wave scattering off a whistler and lower hybrid waves in a tokamak

Sawhney, B.K.; Tripathi, V.K.
March 1995
Physics of Plasmas;Mar1995, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p760
Academic Journal
Studies the scattering of high-frequency electromagnetic wave off a whistler and lower hybrid waves in a tokamak. Solution of the wave equation to evaluate the expression for the amplitude of a scattered wave; Method used for the diagnostics of the waves.


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