Effects of lithium coating of the chamber wall on the STOR-M tokamak discharges

@inproceedings{Rohollahi2019EffectsOL,
  title={Effects of lithium coating of the chamber wall on the STOR-M tokamak discharges},
  author={Akbar Rohollahi and Sayf Gamudi Elgriw and Alex Mossman and Joseph Adegun and Heba Bsharat and I. A. Voldiner and Chanjuan Xiao},
  year={2019}
}
Lithium (Li) coating of the inner wall of tokamaks has been considered a practical technique to reduce fuel recycling. Li-coating also improves the tokamak wall condition and reduces high-Z material release from the tokamak wall during discharges. In a recent campaign in the STOR-M tokamak (R/a = 0.46/0.12 m, B t = 0.7 T, I p = 25 kA), 100 mg of Li has been coated on the tokamak chamber using a physical vacuum evaporation applicator developed by General Fusion Inc. A reduction in the plasma… CONTINUE READING
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