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Noninvasive optical diagnostic techniques for heterogeneous plasma
By: A. Anisimov; A. Bul’ba; L. Luizova; A. Khakhaev; A. Shtykov;
2006 / Springer Science+Business Media / 0018-1439
Optical techniques that cannot cause any perturbation in plasma are considered for the diagnostics of inhomogeneous plasmas (including dust plasma). Versions of experimental data acquisition and processing devices pertinent to optical emission spectroscopy of inhomogeneous plasma, in particular, a rational cooperative processing algorithm that allows the stability of results against experimental noise to be increased by excluding instrumental disturbance and radial transformations, are described. The principle and applications of plasma interferometry and use of tomography and correlation spectroscopy in dust-plasma diagnostics are considered.