Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics, Vol. 30

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The diversity of manifestations of turbulence in plasmas exceeds even that in nonconducting fluids. A . Linear Turbulent Heating Experiments Because the cross section for electron-ion collisions decreases with the three-halves power of the electron energy, the use of ohmic heating to produce a hot plasma is limited to a few tens or hundreds of electron volts. Above that the energy supplied by the applied electric field is delivered to a small group of runaway electrons which, because of their high energy, are ineffective in heating the rest of the plasma.

Oberman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 20,427-429 (1968). 107. T. H. Jensen, J. H. Malmberg, and T. M. O’Neil, Phys. Fluids 12, 1728-1730 (1969). This Page Intentionally Left Blank Recent Advances in Design of Magnetic Beta-Ray Spectrometers MILORAD S. MLADJENOVIc* . B KidriE Institute of Nuclear Sciences. Belgrade. Yugoslavia I. Introduction .................................................................................... Performance Parameters .....................................................................

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