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IONIC MOBILITY IN COLD PLASMAS.
ROME UNIV (ITALY)
Investigation of the properties of ions in liquid helium, and the use of helium ions in experi ments on the rotation of liquid helium are discussed. All the work was carried out at tem peratures in the helium II region, that is below 2.19 K. The behaviour of the positive and negative ions and their interaction with their solvent was studied through measurements of the mobility at variou-3peratures and applied electric fields. The experiments on rotating liquid helium are described and are grounded on the study of the space charge effect of a beam of negative charges. Author
Final technical rept., 1 Dec 61-30 Nov 62,
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