Temperature measurement of a dust particle in a RF plasma GEC reference cell

@article{Kong2016TemperatureMO,
  title={Temperature measurement of a dust particle in a RF plasma GEC reference cell},
  author={Jie Kong and Ke Qiao and Lorin Swint Matthews and Truell W. Hyde},
  journal={Journal of Plasma Physics},
  year={2016},
  volume={82}
}
The thermal motion of a dust particle levitated in a plasma chamber is similar to that described by Brownian motion in many ways. The primary difference between a dust particle in a plasma system and a free Brownian particle is that in addition to the random collisions between the dust particle and the neutral gas atoms, there are electric field fluctuations, dust charge fluctuations, and correlated motions from the unwanted continuous signals originating within the plasma system itself. This… 

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