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What is the mathematics behind artificially generated plasmas via electric fields?
The ionization degree of a plasma is given by the Saha equation, which depends on the temperature and the particle specific ionization energy. In thermal equilibrium, the relation between ionization ...
Feb 28 '12 at 16:10
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