Plasma Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation
Theory and Measurement Techniques
- John Sheffield
- Dustin Froula
- Siegfried H. Glenzer
- Neville C. Luhmann, Jr.
This work presents one of the most powerful methods of plasma diagnosis in exquisite detail, to guide researchers in the theory and measurement techniques of light scattering in plasmas. Light scattering in plasmas is essential in the research and development of fusion energy, environmental solutions, and electronics.
Referred to as the "Bible" by researchers, the work encompasses fusion and industrial applications essential in plasma research. It is the only comprehensive resource specific to the plasma scattering technique. It provides a wide-range of experimental examples and discussion of their principles with worked examples to assist researchers in applying the theory.
Researchers and graduate students in the plasma area inertial fusion and magnetic fusion, high energy density science, and aerospace; scientists; physicists; electrical and nuclear engineers; chemists.