New PDF release: Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics, Vol. 30

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VIII. CONCLUSION Seldom is a laboratory plasma encountered which is not rather far from an equilibrium state in some respect. When the departure is in the form of a density gradient normal to a magnetic field, when particle beams or drifts are present, or when some other gradients are present-gradients in temperature, potential, magnetic field, velocity, or even impurity content, the plasma is likely to be unstable toward some form of collective excitation. The phenomenon of turbulence in plasmas is then almost as widely distributed as is the plasma state itself.

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