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Basic Processes of Gaseous Electronics
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Fundamental features of hydrocarbon autoignition in a rapid compression machine
Results are reported for the autoignition characteristics of n-butane, n-pentane, n-hexane, and n-heptane and also of i-butane, i-octane, and toluene in stoichiometric mixtures with air followingExpand
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Plasmas and Controlled Fusion
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Microplasmas in Silicon
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Anomalous Diffusion of a Plasma across a Magnetic Field
The diffusion of a plasma across a magnetic field is considered both theoretically and experimentally. It was found out that the fluctuation of the density can cause an anomalous diffusion that isExpand
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Microwave Gas Discharge Breakdown in Air, Nitrogen, and Oxygen
The microwave breakdown electric field has been measured for pure air uncontaminated by discharge products (presumably oxides of nitrogen), and for nitrogen and oxygen separately. The breakdown fieldExpand
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Methods of Measuring the Properties of Ionized Gases at High Frequencies. II. Measurement of Electric Field
Experimental methods are given for determining the electric field within resonant cavities in the microwave region. Methods are discussed of calculating the electric field in both simple and complexExpand
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Disposal of Nuclear Wastes
For the present and the foreseeable future the following options appear to be either usable or worth further exploration: mausolea; disposal in mines of various sorts, and perhaps in ice; in situExpand
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Nuclear Eclectic Power
The uranium and thorium resources, the technology, and the social impacts all seem to presage an even sharper increase in nuclear power for electric generation than had hitherto been predicted. ThereExpand
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Highly Ionized Hollow Cathode Discharge
A hollow cathode discharge (HCD) is described that produces a highly ionized steady‐state plasma (ne≈1013−1014/cm3) at a temperature 1–10 eV, in a volume as large as 104 cm3, with background neutralExpand
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