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Princeton University website

Princeton University website

August 8, 2014

One of Princeton s most distinctive characteristics is its close-knit residential community. On-campus housing is guaranteed for undergraduates…

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Making Plasma in a microwave

Making Plasma in a microwave

April 8, 2015

A high-purity single-crystal diamond made at Fraunhofer IAF. Credit: Fraunhofer IAF Synthetic diamond crystals are of interest to many…

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Chen Plasma Physics

Chen Plasma Physics

February 2, 2013

Position Director Home Institution Dept. of Physics, National Taiwan University Education Ph.D. in Physics, UCLA 01-(650) 926-3384…

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Describe Plasma

Describe Plasma

April 26, 2015

The fluid-mosaic model describes the plasma membrane of animal cells. The plasma membrane that surrounds these cells has two layers…

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Lawrenceville Plasma Physics

Lawrenceville Plasma Physics

January 9, 2016

Hours of painstaking indium application had finally paid of in the fight against arcing, resulting in the very low resistance of 6…

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Uses of Plasma

Uses of Plasma

November 1, 2015

Rare diseases affect a relatively small portion of the population, but for those that suffer from these conditions, their lives depend…

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Plasma particles

Plasma particles

November 19, 2015

Plasma polymerised 1, 7-octadiene (ppOD) films were deposited onto silica particles. • Surface chemistry of ppOD films were studied…

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Argon Plasma temperature

Argon Plasma temperature

July 15, 2014

A plasma does not necessarily involve the process of combustion, burning or oxidation of material. The argument that the term flame…

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MIT Plasma Physics

MIT Plasma Physics

December 11, 2013

Eventual fusion reactors will make net energy due to the fusing of magnetically confined hydrogen isotopes of deuterium and tritium…

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Physics Applications

Physics Applications

December 30, 2014

Here are a few examples of physics you observe in your everyday life. Balancing a see-saw: If you have two people with different weights…

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Hydrogen Tritium

Hydrogen Tritium

September 1, 2014

Environmental isotopes including stable hydrogen and oxygen, and radioactive tritium isotopes are employed to assess groundwater sources…

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Large Plasma

Large Plasma

August 15, 2015

For over six decades, scientists have speculated about the existence of plasma structures that reside in the magnetosphere’s inner…

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Four states of matter Plasma

Four states of matter Plasma

September 24, 2013

What are the different states of matter? It’s not a difficult question, but the answer often depends on how old you are. In Elementary…

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UCLA Plasma Physics

UCLA Plasma Physics

March 24, 2015

UCLA offers a breadth of researchers and facilities within this field. The Particle Beam Physics Laboratory (PBPL) is a state-of-the-art…

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Plasma frequency of metals

Plasma frequency of metals

September 14, 2015

Highlights • Atom eigenfrequency in force field of nearest-neighbor atoms is the Debye frequency. • Plasma frequency estimates the…

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Plasma Physics Lecture Notes

Plasma Physics Lecture Notes

April 29, 2015

SPACE SOLAR PLASMA PHYSICS Eruptive prominence observed by EIT (ESA/NASA) consortium FINAL REPORT OUTLINE OF THE PROJECT The sun and…

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Gas and Plasma

Gas and Plasma

October 19, 2014

A resistive barrier discharge (RBD) prototype able to generate gas plasma at atmospheric conditions was set up. The discharge was electrically…

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Contributions to Plasma Physics

Contributions to Plasma Physics

March 21, 2015

The editorial team of the Journal of Plasma Physics would like to call your attention to a Special Issue of JPP edited by Vladimir…

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