Swarms of Ions and Electrons in Gases

Our understanding of elementary processes in plasmas has been increasing dramatically over the last few years. The development of various swarm techniques, such as the temperature variable selected ion flow tube or the selected ion flow drift tube, has provided the prerequisite for detailed investig...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Lindinger, W. (Editor), Märk, T.D. (Editor), Howorka, F. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Vienna Springer Vienna 1984, 1984
Edition:1st ed. 1984
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Summary:Our understanding of elementary processes in plasmas has been increasing dramatically over the last few years. The development of various swarm techniques, such as the temperature variable selected ion flow tube or the selected ion flow drift tube, has provided the prerequisite for detailed investigations into ion molecule reactions both in binary and three body collisions, and the mechanisms of many reactions are now understood quite satisfactorily. This information could not have been obtained without a detailed knowledge of the transport phenomena involved. Some of these, such as the internal-energy distribution of drifting ions, have only very recently been tackled both theoretically and experimentally; a consistent model is now being developed. As the interactions between the various branches of swarm research have become more and more intense, the most obvious thing to do was putting together a review on the present state of this subject, which is the aim of this book
Physical Description:VIII, 313 p online resource
ISBN:9783709187739