Taylor M York

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With the presumption that a shifted Maxwellian velocity distribution adequately describes the electrons in a flowing plasma, a method with optimum signal to noise resolution to measure directed velocity is described. The lowest velocity that can be determined by this method is shown to depend on the electron random thermal velocity. The basic diagnostic(More)
Few studies have examined base rates of suboptimal effort among healthy, undergraduate students recruited for neuropsychological research. An and colleagues (2012, Conducting research with non-clinical healthy undergraduates: Does effort play a role in neuropsychological test performance? Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 27, 849-857) reported high(More)
Conventional Thomson scattering using a ruby laser evidences difficulty in scattered signal detection for electron densities < 10(13) cm(-3). Use of a Nd-glass laser source in combination with appropriate detectors can result in gains in the resolution of scattered signal of at least 1 order of magnitude over a conventional ruby laser system. However, due(More)
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