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Intensity ratio of spectral bands of nitrogen as a measure of electric field strength in plasmas
The ratios of intensities of the spectral bands of molecular nitrogen corresponding to transitions N + (B 2 � + g ,v = 0) → N + (X 2 � + ,v = 0), N2(C 3 � u ,v = 0) → N2(B 3 � g ,v = 0) and N2(C 3 �Expand
Reply to comments on 'Intensity ratio of spectral bands of nitrogen as a measure of electric field strength in plasmas'
It is argued that the experimental results presented by Paris et al in J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. (2005) 38 3894 are correct. It is shown that there is no evidence of filamentation or local electricExpand
Overview of the JET results
Since the installation of an ITER-like wall, the JET programme has focused on the consolidation of ITER design choices and the preparation for ITER operation, with a specific emphasis given to theExpand
Measurement of intensity ratio of nitrogen bands as a function of field strength
The ratio of intensities of the first negative system and the second positive system of nitrogen as a function of the electric field strength was experimentally determined in atmospheric-pressureExpand
Determination of elemental depth profiles by multi-spot averaging technique of LIBS spectra
Abstract The paper deals with the development of the laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) into an in situ method for studying of erosion/deposition processes at the first walls of fusionExpand
Discrimination of moist oil shale and limestone using laser induced breakdown spectroscopy
Abstract Laser-induced plasma emission spectra of Estonian oil shale and associated limestone with varying moisture content were studied. Time gated spectra excited by 1064 nm laser radiation wereExpand
Absorption of Photo-Ionizing Radiation of Corona Discharges in Air
The absorption characteristics of photo-ionizing VUV radiation emitted by corona discharges in the pressure range from 20 to 750 Torr in dry and humid air were measured. The experimental results areExpand
Development of ITER relevant laser techniques for deposited layer characterisation and tritium inventory
Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) is a potential candidate to monitor the layer composition and fuel retention during and after plasma shots on specific locations of the main chamber andExpand
Plasma-wall interaction studies within the EUROfusion consortium: progress on plasma-facing components development and qualification
The provision of a particle and power exhaust solution which is compatible with first-wall components and edge-plasma conditions is a key area of present-day fusion research and mandatory for a sucExpand
Development of laser induced breakdown spectroscopy for studying erosion, deposition, and fuel retention in ASDEX Upgrade
Abstract The paper deals with the development of laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) into an in situ method for studying erosion/deposition processes at the first walls of fusion reactors. ToExpand
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