Plasma Diagnostics

Plasma diagnostics are a pool of methods, instruments, and experimental techniques used to measure properties of plasma, such as plasma components density, distribution function over energy (temperature), their spatial profiles and dynamics, which enable to derive plasma parameters. Plasma diagnostic techniques are also used to observe physical processes that reveal parameters that characterize plasma. These parameters include spatial and temporal distributions of constituent particle densities and temperatures and localized magnitudes of electric and magnetic fields. The techniques used include those that have applications in other areas of science and those that have been developed for their unique applications to plasmas.

  • Microwave, FIR, Optical, and X-ray Diagnostics
  • Particle Diagnostics
  • Pulsed Power Diagnostics
  • Laser-Aided Plasma Diagnostics
  • Magnetic Confinement Fusion (MCF)
  • Beam Plasmas and Inertial Fusion (BPIF)
  • Low-Temperature and Industrial Plasmas (LTIP)
  • Basic and Astrophysical Plasmas (BAP)

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