ELECTROSTATIC AND ELECTROMAGNETIC HIGH‐TEMPERATURE PLASMA TRAPS *

@article{Lavrentev1975ELECTROSTATICAE,
  title={ELECTROSTATIC AND ELECTROMAGNETIC HIGH‐TEMPERATURE PLASMA TRAPS *},
  author={Oleg A. Lavrent’ev},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1975},
  volume={251}
}
Theoretical and experimental studies of thermonuclear systems using electrostatic thermal insulation of high-temperature plasma along with magnetic insulation are described. The field of force may be either an electric field or a combination of electric and magnetic fields. (MOW) 
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