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Resonance Cones in the Field Pattern of a Radio Frequency Probe in a Warm Anisotropic Plasma
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13.See, e.g., I. S. Gradshteyn and I. M. Ryzhik, Tables of Integrals, Series and Products (Academic, New York, 1965), integrals 8.411‐1 (p. 952), 6.532‐4 (p. 678), 6.678‐1, 6.71‐12 (p. 731), and 6.671‐14 (p. 732).
14.This result differs from that of Kononov et al. (Ref. 2). Their analysis of the near‐zone fields is incorrect. The expression (in Eq. (I‐3)] for the fields outside the cones should be identical (i.e., nonzero) to that inside the cones.
15.M. A. Heald and C. B. Wharton, Plasma Diagnostics with Microwaves (Wiley, New York, 1965), p. 117.
16.For a more detailed discussion of the phase measurements, see R. K. Fisher, Ph.D. thesis, California Institute of Technology (1970).
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22.The possibility of confusion is indicated in that Tunaley and Grard7, erroneously state that the fields of a source in an anisotropic plasma should exhibit resonance cones at angle
23.Reference 21, p. 13–14.
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26.Note that this does not apply to the spacing between the first maximum and the resonance cone itself. The constant of proportionality is then 8.7° rather than 5.8°.
27.The data taken at different probe separations were taken on different days and and were probably different for each probe separation and were not measured. This is the reason why the curves for 2.8, and 6 cm do not fall closer together for a given maximum.
28.R. S. Harp, in Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Phemomena in Ionized Gases (Gradevinska Knjiga, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1966), Vol. II, p. 294.
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