Plasma Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation
Theory and Measurement TechniquesBy
- John Sheffield
- Dustin Froula
- Siegfried H. Glenzer
- Neville C. Luhmann, Jr.
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.
Hardbound, 520 Pages
Published: October 2010
Imprint: Academic Press
"I expect that the revised version of the original book of John Sheffield will be used as a standard text book for students and for researchers (especially diagnosticians) in a very wide field of plasma applications (going from low temperature industrial plasmas, via high temperature fusion plasmas to ultra-dense plasmas used in inertial fusion). The balance between theory (and the accompanying mathematics) and the description of experimental applications is very good. I enjoyed reading the book (but didnât have time yet to solve all problems on my own without sneaking in the solutions). I will certainly use the book in my courses for Master and Graduate students, and I warmly recommend it to anyone working in the field of scattering of radiation in plasmas."--Fusion Science & Technology