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MEASUREMENT OF THE SPECTRUM OF IONIZED AND NEUTRAL DENSITY FLUCTUATIONS IN A THERMALLY PRODUCED TURBULENT PLASMA. PART II.
STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CA
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This report describes an experimental diagnostic program that studies the spectral distribution of the charged and neutral particles in a weakly ionized, thermally produced, turbulent flow. The power spectral density function as well as the correlation coefficient has been measured for ions, electrons, and neutrals using an electrostatic ion probe, a microwave electron probe, and a laser transmission experiment. The results indicate that the spectra of all the particles in the turbulent plasma are identical. Author
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