Microwave Diagnostic Technique in Plasma Research: Plasma Research Program Report Number Two
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This project was devised to concentrate on obtaining a measurement of the density and temperature of the plasma as a function of time. The technique to be used would be to pass electromagnetic radiation in the microwave region through the plasma, and relate parameters of the resultant wave to the density and temperature.
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