Colliding Plasmas and Stagnation Layers - A Potential Platform for Analytical Techniques
18 Sep 2014

Colliding plasma studies are being used to model and simulate plasma interactions such as that which occurs on the astrophysical scale and those which are used to explore fusion energy generation. Learn how the Plasma Physics group at Dublin City University is using the Andor iStar DH334T and an ICCD DH534 to investigate this field.

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