Time-dependent electron temperature diagnostics for high-power, aluminum z-pinch plasmas

Sanford, T. W. L.; Nash, T. J.; Mock, R. C.; Spielman, R. B.; Seamen, J.F.; McGurn, J. S.; Jobe, D.; Gilliland, T. L.; Vargas, M.; Whitney, K. G.; Thornhill, J. W.; Pulsifer, P. E.; Apruzese, J. P.
January 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jan1997, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p852
Academic Journal
Discusses time-dependent electron temperature measurements for high-power aluminum z-pinch plasmas. Global implosion characteristics; Core-temperature diagnostic; Halo-temperature diagnostic and model.


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