A new method of radial potential profile measurement utilizing magnetic field gradient near a

Ishii, K.; Katsuki, Y.; Abe, A.; Takahashi, T.; Goto, T.; Kikuno, N.; Katanuma, I.; Itakura, A.; Yatsu, K.; Tamano, T.
May 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;May96, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p1822
Academic Journal
Describes a method of potential measurement developed to determine the plasma potential profile in the neighborhood of the inner mirror throat of the tandem mirror GAMMA 10. Electron loss region; Inner mirror throat beam probe system; Space potential measurement; Plasma density measurement.


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