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Inductively Coupled Plasma - Atomic Emission Spectroscopy: An Atlas of Spectral Information (Physical Sciences Data)

Inductively Coupled Plasma - Atomic Emission Spectroscopy: An Atlas of Spectral Information (Physical Sciences Data) Lowest used price: $170.00
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Author: R.K. Winge

This atlas is the only compilation of spectral data which provides the analyst with a general view of the elemental spectra emitted by the ICP. Coincidence profiles enable the analyst to assess the relative liabilities of prominent analytical lines to a variety of spectral interference types. The data presented are all based on actual spectra emitted by ICPs operated under the optimized conditions usually employed for sample analysis.

The work is composed of three main sections, the first being concerned with the historical aspects of compilations of spectral information. The second part is based on 232 wavelength scans of 70 elements. Each of the wavelength scans covers an 80 nm spectral region. These scans allow a rapid comparison of the background and spectral line intensities emitted in the ICP and provide a ready means for identifying the most prominent lines of each element and for estimating the trace element analytical capabilities of these lines. A listing of 973 prominent lines with associated detection limits is also given. The third part addresses the problem of spectral interferences and contains a detailed collection of coincidence profiles for 281 of the most prominent lines, each with profiles of 10 of the most prevalent comcomitants superposed. These profiles illustrate normal line overlap interferences as well as clarify interferences arising from recombination continua, line broadening, background features (argon and hydrogen lines and molecular bands), and of special significance, interferences arising from numerous lines not listed in the major wavelength tables. The 10 elements chosen as interferents cover a large number of the interferences that will be encountered in the analysis of samples of biological, environmental, and geological origin.


Basic Data of Plasma Physics: The Fundamental Data on Electrical Discharges in Gases (AVS Classics in Vacuum Science and Technology)

Basic Data of Plasma Physics: The Fundamental Data on Electrical Discharges in Gases (AVS Classics in Vacuum Science and Technology) Lowest new price: $80.44
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Author: Sanborn C. Brown
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Market: Scientists, engineers, and graduate students involved in the phenomenon of plasma physics. This 1966 reference work is a compilation of some of the most important plasma physics measurements published during the late 1950s and the early 1960s. It offers a wealth of useful information on elastic-collision and charge- transfer cross sections, mobility and diffusion, electron attachment and detachment, and recombination. Numerous fundamental principles make this a much-consulted handbook on the physical phenomena, measurements, and properties of plasma physics.

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Kinetic Theory of Gases and Plasmas (Fundamental Theories of Physics)

Kinetic Theory of Gases and Plasmas (Fundamental Theories of Physics) Lowest new price: $307.83
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Author: PPJM Schram
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Kinetic theory is the link between the non--equilibrium statistical mechanics of many particle systems and macroscopic or phenomenological physics. Therefore much attention is paid in this book both to the derivation of kinetic equations with their limitations and generalizations on the one hand, and to the use of kinetic theory for the description of physical phenomena and the calculation of transport coefficients on the other hand. The book is meant for researchers in the field, graduate students and advanced undergraduate students. At the end of each chapter a section of exercises is added not only for the purpose of providing the reader with the opportunity to test his understanding of the theory and his ability to apply it, but also to complete the chapter with relevant additions and examples that otherwise would have overburdened the main text of the preceding sections. The author is indebted to the physicists who taught him Statistical Mechanics, Kinetic Theory, Plasma Physics and Fluid Mechanics. I gratefully acknowledge the fact that much of the inspiration without which this book would not have been possible, originated from what I learned from several outstanding teachers. In particular I want to mention the late Prof. dr. H. C. Brinkman, who directed my first steps in the field of theoretical plasma physics, my thesis advisor Prof. dr. N. G. Van Kampen and Prof. dr. A. N. Kaufman, whose course on Non-Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics in Berkeley I remember with delight.

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Quantum Squeezing

Quantum Squeezing Lowest new price: $125.00
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Brand: Peter D Drummond Z Spicek

Covers the new field of squeezing in quantum fields, encompassing all types of systems in which quantum fluctuations are reduced below those in the normal vacuum state. The first comprehensive overview of the field, it presents the currently known techniques of generating squeezed photon fields, together with treatments of matter field squeezing. Both theory and experiments are treated, together with applications to communications and measurement.

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High-Latitude Space Plasma Physics (Nobel Foundation Symposia)

High-Latitude Space Plasma Physics (Nobel Foundation Symposia) Lowest new price: $151.72
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Author: Bengt Hultgvist

Nobel symposium No. 54 on High Latitude Magnetospheric/Iono- spheric Plasma Physics was organized in Kiruna, Sweden on March 22-25, 1982 by Kiruna Geophysical Institute and EISCAT Scientific Association. Some 50 leading experts from Western Europe, America and USSR were invited to the Symposium. One main purpose of the Symposium was to prepare for the intense European research effort in space plasma physics in the middle 1980's, in which the EISCAT facilities and the Swedish satellite Viking are two of the more important constituents. The prograuune of the symposium was tied to the physics of those regions of near space where EISCAT and Viking are expected to pro- vide important new observational results. This is rather well covered by the t it Ie of these proceedings: High Lat itude Space Plasma Physics. The first two sessions dealt with the physics of the high latitude ionosphere and the third one with how this part of near space is affected by the properties of the solar wind and the interplanetary magnetic field. The remaining three sessions covered fairly extensively the high latitude magnetospheric physics at altitudes of 1-2 earth radii, which is the main scien- tific object of the Viking project. The Prograuune COllDlittee of the Kiruna Nobel Symposium was composed of the following European scientists: P. Bauer (Issy-les-Moulineaux), R. Bostrom (Uppsala), C. G. FalthallDlar (Stockholm), T. Hagfors (Kiruna, Cochairman), o. Holt (Troms, s), B. Hultqvist (Kiruna, Cochairman), H. Kohl (Lindau), J. Oksman (Oulu), H. Rishbeth (Chilton), and L. Stenflo (Ume!).


An Introduction to the Physics of Intense Charged Particle Beams

An Introduction to the Physics of Intense Charged Particle Beams Lowest new price: $272.56
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Author: R. Miller

An intense charged particle beam can be characterized as an organized charged particle flow for which the effects of beam self-fields are of major importance in describing the evolution of the flow. Research employing such beams is now a rapidly growing field with important applications ranging from the development of high power sources of coherent radiation to inertial confinement fusion. Major programs have now been established at several laboratories in the United States and Great Britain, as well as in the USSR, Japan, and several Eastern and Western European nations. In addition, related research activities are being pursued at the graduate level at several universities in the US and abroad. When the author first entered this field in 1973 there was no single reference text that provided a broad survey of the important topics, yet contained sufficient detail to be of interest to the active researcher. That situation has persisted, and this book is an attempt to fill the void. As such, the text is aimed at the graduate student, or beginning researcher; however, it contains ample information to be a convenient reference source for the advanced worker.


Atomic and Molecular Processes in Fusion Edge Plasmas (NATO Challenges of Modern Society; 19)

Atomic and Molecular Processes in Fusion Edge Plasmas (NATO Challenges of Modern Society; 19) Lowest new price: $84.90
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This well-illustrated resource provides vital cross-section information for the atomic and molecular collision processes taking place in the boundary region of magnetically confined fusion plasmas and in other laboratory and astrophysical low-temperature plasmas. The expertly assessed information in this noteworthy volume includes the most recent experimental and theoretical results presented in a convenient format. Coverage includes the processes of electron-impact excitation and ionization of plasma edge atoms, electron-ion recombination, dissociative collision processes involving electrons and much more.

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An Introduction to the Linear Theories and Methods of Electrostatic Waves in Plasmas

An Introduction to the Linear Theories and Methods of Electrostatic Waves in Plasmas Lowest new price: $63.89
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Author: William Jones

Modern plasma physics, encompassing wave-particle interactions and collec­ tive phenomena characteristic of the collision-free nature of hot plasmas, was founded in 1946 when 1. D. Landau published his analysis of linear (small­ amplitude) waves in such plasmas. It was not until some ten to twenty years later, however, with impetus from the then rapidly developing controlled­ fusion field, that sufficient attention was devoted, in both theoretical and experimental research, to elucidate the importance and ramifications of Landau's original work. Since then, with advances in laboratory, fusion, space, and astrophysical plasma research, we have witnessed important devel­ opments toward the understanding of a variety of linear as well as nonlinear plasma phenomena, including plasma turbulence. Today, plasma physics stands as a well-developed discipline containing a unified body of powerful theoretical and experimental techniques and including a wide range of appli­ cations. As such, it is now frequently introduced in university physics and engineering curricula at the senior and first-year-graduate levels. A necessary prerequisite for all of modern plasma studies is the under­ standing oflinear waves in a temporally and spatially dispersive medium such as a plasma, including the kinetic (Landau) theory description of such waves. Teaching experience has usually shown that students (seniors and first-year graduates), when first exposed to the kinetic theory of plasma waves, have difficulties in dealing with the required sophistication in multidimensional complex variable (singular) integrals and transforms.


Ideal Magnetohydrodynamics (Modern Perspectives in Energy)

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Author: Jeffrey P. Freidberg


Advances in Plasma Physics Research, Volume L

Advances in Plasma Physics Research, Volume L Lowest new price: $109.89
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Contents: Production of C2 Hydrocarbons from Methane Conversion in the Flowing Afterglow of a Dinitrogen Microwave Plasma Experiments in Modelling; Influence of Small Alkaline Additives on Recombination Processes in the Nitrogen Glow Discharge; In-situ Detection of Higher Silanes in Silane Glow Discharge Plasmas using Photoionisation and Time-of-Fight Mass Spectroscopy; Magnetosonic Solitary Waves and Jumps in a Cold Plasma; Plasma-Wave Instability Under External Fields from a Quantum Mechanical Viewpoint; The Magnetomechanical Effect; Ion Density Measurements Using Quantitative Spectroscopy; Modelling of NO x, SO2, VOC Removal by Pulsed Coma and Dielectric Barrier Discharges.

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