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         Plasma Physics:     more books (100)
  1. Introduction to plasma physics and controlled fusion. Volume 1, Plasma physics by Francis F. Chen, 1984-01-31
  2. Computational Methods in Plasma Physics (Chapman & Hall/CRC Computational Science) by Stephen Jardin, 2010-06-02
  3. Physics Of Space Plasmas: An Introduction, Second Edition by George Parks, 2003-12-05
  4. Fundamentals of Plasma Physics by Paul M. Bellan, 2008-09-15
  5. The Physics Of Laser Plasma Interactions (Frontiers in Physics) by William Kruer, 2003-01-29
  6. Physics of Nonneutral Plasmas by Ronald C. Davidson, 2001-12
  7. Principles of Plasma Physics for Engineers and Scientists by Umran S. Inan, Marek Golkowski, 2010-12-31
  8. Plasma Physics via Computer Simulation (Series in Plasma Physics) (Volume 0) by C.K. Birdsall, A.B Langdon, 2004-10-01
  9. Plasma Physics for Astrophysics (Princeton Series in Astrophysics) by Russell M. Kulsrud, 2004-11-28
  10. The Physics of Plasmas by T. J. M. Boyd, J. J. Sanderson, 2003-02-03
  11. Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy by Jeffrey P. Freidberg, 2008-08-11
  12. Fundamentals of Plasma Physics by J. A. Bittencourt, 2004-06-17
  13. Plasma Physics and Engineering by Alexander A. Fridman, Lawrence A. Kennedy, 2004-04
  14. The Physics of Inertial Fusion: Beam Plasma Interaction, Hydrodynamics, Hot Dense Matter (The International Series of Monographs on Physics) by Stefano Atzeni, Jürgen Meyer-ter-Vehn, 2009-07-15

1. Fusion Energy And Plasma Physics Research At PPPL
Devoted to plasma physics and controlled fusion research.Category Science Physics Plasma Laboratories......Fusion energy and plasma physics research at the Princeton plasma physicsLaboratory, a US Department of Energy Laboratory. Security Notice
Fusion energy and plasma physics research is the primary mission of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL). A collaborative national center for fusion energy and plasma physics research, PPPL is managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy. An associate mission for PPPL is to provide the highest quality of education in fusion energy, plasma physics, and related technologies.
PPPL's John DeLooper receives DOE's

Distinguished Associate Award PPPL Colloquia for 2002-2003
PPPL HOTLINE, March 31, 2003 Virtual Tour of PPPL
PPPL is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and managed by Princeton University.
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USDOE and Other Fusion Links

U.S. Fusion Energy Program Policy Information
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Updated: 3 April 2003
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2. Plasma On The Internet
Find links to plasmascience servers, organizations, newsgroups, and publications worldwide. the Australian National University. plasma physics at the Flinders University, Adelaide. plasma physics Department at
Plasma on the Internet
See also: Atomic Physics Conferences Databases Free Software ...
Plasma Vacuum Net: online graduate courses from DCU/QUB
Plasma Servers by Country/Region
Plasma Astrophysics: Theory, Observations and Numerics of Heating, Flares and Winds (PLATON)
Instituto de Física del Plasma (INFIP) at the University of Buenos Aires
Australian Fusion Research Group
Plasma Research Laboratory at the Australian National University
Plasma Physics at the Flinders University , Adelaide
Plasma Physics Department at Sydney University
Plasma Instrumentation Laboratory at the University of Canberra
Plasma Engineering Group at the University of Sydney , New South Wales
Atomic Collisions and Plasmas
Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck
Plasma Physics and Nonlinear Dynamics Group at the Universidade Federal do Parana , Curitiba
Associated Plasma Laboratory at the National Space Research Institute
Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy , Brussels
Plasma Physics Laboratory at the Royal Military Academy
Division of Plasma Physics of the Canadian Association of Physicists
ITER Canada
Tekna Plasma Systems Inc.

3. Plasma / Fusion Glossary
Frequently used terms in plasmas physics and fusion energy research.Category Science Physics Plasma...... The Glossary of plasma physics and Fusion Energy Research. Princeton plasma physicsLaboratory (PPPL), operated by Princeton University for the US Dept.
FusEdWeb: Fusion Energy Educational Web Site
The Glossary of Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy Research
Browse Search Submit an Entry
Introduction, Sources and Contributors
This Glossary seeks to provide plain-language definitions of over 3600 frequently used technical terms in Plasma Physics (all areas) and Fusion Energy Research. It is intended for everyone with an interest in science, including journalists, middle school and high school students, and their teachers. The glossary database allows users to submit new terms, search for specific terms or browse alphabetic listings. Visitors are encouraged to add terms and definitions. New submissions or modifications will be reviewed by our editors and posted to the database within one week of the submission date. Terms and definitions must not contain any classified information or export-controlled information. The contributor submitting information is solely responsible for the content. Edited by Robert F. Heeter with assistance from: Albert Chou, John Wright , Joshua Jones and the LLNL Science and Technology Education Program
Other Relevant Glossaries:

4. Harold P. Furth Library, Princeton University
Home page of the LLNL libraryCategory Regional North America...... SLA (Princeton/Trenton Chapter). Library Education and Training Committee. PlasmaPhysics Library, Princeton University. Online Catalog. plasma physics Literature.
Harold P. Furth Library
Princeton University

Forrestal Campus
Princeton, New Jersey USA 08543-0451
Staff Librarian: Adriana Popescu email:
Special Collections Assistant: Shannon Belloni email: Harold P. Furth Library Public Hours
Monday through Friday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. The library is open 24 hrs to PPPL users. After 5:00 pm laboratory badge is needed for access. Harold P. Furth Library Floorplan
Other PU Branch Libraries Hours
SLA (Princeton/Trenton Chapter) ... Library Education and Training Committee Plasma Physics Library, Princeton University OED 'Word of the Day'
(unified catalogs of academic, government, and public libraries) Web-based PPLCat
Plasma Conferences
Plasma Physics E-Journals
Searching plasma physics literature
... Library Proxy Server remote access) RefWorks Please send questions, comments, and suggestions for new titles to Last updated: Tuesday, 31-Jul-99 13:44:17; Princeton University Princeton University Library PPPL

5. Ippex Online - Interactive Plasma Physics Education Experience (plasma Physics A
IPPEX Online The Interactive Plasma Physics Education Experience The LEADING PLASMA PHYSICS EDUCATION SITE FOR STUDENTS ONLINE!! This page will automatically redirect you to the new site in 10 seconds If it does not please click IPPEX Online , or you can follow the links at the bottom. The site has undergone a Redesign. has changed to . Please make note of this change. home about fusion interactive physics ask a physicist ... site map

6. Plasma Physics Laboratory
Laboratory devoted to general plasma research.
Plasma Research Laboratory
Physics Department, University of Malaya
Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Tel: (603)79674395
Fax: (603)79674146 A view of the main laboratory area ( Plasma I ) which houses
the plasma focus experiments. Our activities include: Teaching
The laboratory is currently running four experiments for the Year 3 Applied Physics BSc programme offered by the Physics Department University of Malaya . These experiments are (1) Pulse Electronics; (2) Gas Dynamic Experiment; (3) Flash X-ray Experiment; and (4) Plasma Emission Spectroscopy. 2. Research
Our research centres around four types of plasma devices: The emphasis of our research work is on the physics and applications of these devices. Our collaborations with other laboratories:
  • EPPRA sas, 91961

7. Plasma Physics And Nuclear Fusion Web Sites
List of web sites describing experiments worldwide to study the physics of nuclear fusion by magnetic confinement.
Plasma Physics and
Controlled Nuclear Fusion
web sites
This is a list of web sites that particularly describe (world-wide) experiments to study the physics of nuclear fusion by magnetic confinement. There are more comprehensive plasma physics web site indices around, e.g.
Plasma on the Internet
Weizmann Institute of Science
Nuclear fusion servers
(University of Karlsruhe)
Magnetic confinement fusion plasma experiments

8. Plasma Physics Division, Naval Research Laboratory
Conducts a broad experimental and theoretical program in basic and applied research in plasma physics, laboratory discharge and space plasmas, intense electron and ion beams and photon sources, atomic physics, pulsed power sources, laser physics, advanced spectral diagnostics, and nonlinear systems.

9. Plasma Physics And Radiation Processes
Essential facts and formulae.
Plasma Physics and Radiation Processes
Essential Facts and Formulae
Notes: The content of this site concentrates on fundamental topics and formulas that are needed for understanding and solving corresponding theoretical and practical problems. It does not claim to be comprehensive with regard to special aspects of plasma- or atomic physics. In some cases the approach differs from corresponding treatments in standard textbooks where the latter can be shown to be flawed. It is indicated in the corresponding entry when this is the case.
Gaussian cgs-units are used unless otherwise stated; for conversion into Practical- (SI-) units see the Conversion Table
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INDEX: Absorption Atomic Decay Probability Auto- Ionization Bohr- Einstein Radiation Formula ... Transition Probability
Absorption: Light can be absorbed by Photoionization Ion for this process is independent of the intensity of the radiation. However, for intensities below a certain threshold it is obvious that it will be reduced due to the disturbing influence of Plasma Field Fluctuations . One can adopt the efficiency factor w )= E w /(E w p where E w is the electric field strength of the radiation with frequency (as given by the intensity I= E w p p ,e ,I ) the effective plasma fluctuation field (see Plasma Field Fluctuations and Stark Broadening with T n This leads to the circumstance that the Optical Depth with regard to photoionization is not proportional to the column density any more but has to be determined through the integral

10. Plasma Physics Group - Imperial College
Welcome to the IC plasma physics group, one of the world's leading university groups in plasma physics reseach.

11. Plasma Physics Group
Recent MST publications. RFP bibliography. plasma physics bibliography. MHD Dynamo experiment
The Plasma Group in the Department of Physics operates the Madison Symmetric Torus (MST) and carries out related theoretical and experimental work. The research is supported almost entirely by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fusion Energy Sciences
Plasma Group Office
3290 Chamberlin Hall
1150 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53706-1390
Tel: 608-262-3595
Fax: 608-262-7205
Secretary: Linda Jones
Faculty and Scientists
A. Almagri
P. L. Andrew

J. D. Callen
(also EP
D. J. Den Hartog

G. Fiksel

C. B. Forest
... P. W. Terry
Additional Information
Description of the Madison Symmetric Torus Recent MST publications RFP bibliography Plasma physics bibliography ... National Fusion Energy Science Web Site This document created and maintained by J. C. Sprott Send comments to

12. Laboratory For Plasma Physics - ERM/KMS
Laboratory is the part of the integrated European thermonuclear fusion research program. ERM/KMS Royal Category Science Physics Plasma Laboratories......Welcome to the server of the Laboratory for plasma physics of the Royal MilitaryAcademy of Belgium Sorry, but your browser doesn't support frames.
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Site created in January 1995

13. Plasma Laboratory At Weizmann: Plasma Spectroscopy Techniques For Diagnostics Of
Israeli institute describes its experimental setups and its primary research projects. Link to other plasmarelated resources. Evgeny Stambulchik. plasma physics. by fnralch
Last update: Oct 17, 2001 Weizmann Institute of Science
Faculty of Physics
Welcome to the WIS Plasma Laboratory!
In the Plasma Laboratory, we study processes in plasmas subjected to high energy deposition. We examine the interaction of nonequilibrium plasmas with strong electric and magnetic fields, the propagation of ionization fronts, the production of fast particle beams, generation of magnetic shocks, development of collective fluctuating fields, and plasma-surface interactions. Implication of the development of plasma switches, intense X-ray sources, generation of electron and ion beams, and industrial applications based on plasma-surface interaction are studied. The use of the hot and dense plasmas for X-ray lasers and the use of intense X-ray sources for high-resolution microscopy of living biological cells are considered as well. The diagnostic methods are based on fast high-resolution plasma spectroscopy of spontaneous emission in the region from visible to X-rays and spectroscopy of laser absorption and laser-stimulated emission. Theoretical analysis of the experimental data is based on detailed modeling of atomic physics processes that govern the atomic/ionic spectral line broadening, atomic level splitting under electric and magnetic fields, field ionization, multiple ionizations and time-dependent collisional-radiative calculations. Magnetohydrodynamic simulations are used to account for the nonequilibrium kinetic and transport processes in the plasmas. The research in the laboratory is relevant to applications of various plasma systems and analysis of astrophysical data.

14. Databases For Atomic And Plasma Physics
From Plasma Laboratory of Weizmann Institute of Science, IsraelCategory Science Physics Plasma Databases......WIS Plasma Laboratory Databases for Atomic and plasma physics. See also Who'sWho in Atomic and plasma physics. Jobs in Atomic and plasma physics.
Databases for Atomic and Plasma Physics
See also: Atomic Physics Conferences Free Software Linux ... Atomic and Plasma Physics Atomic Databases Review: Atomic Data and Databases on the Internet: Entering 1996
Table of Databases with Data Keys
Opacity Project Database , Strasbourg, France:
NIFS Database, Nagoya, Japan:
AMDIS , IAEA, Vienna, Austria
GAPHYOR Data Center , Orsay, France
NIST PRD Databases , Gaithersburg, MD
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Databases , MA

15. MainPage
Postdoctoral Researcher at Brandeis University. Research interests are computational fluid dynamics, particlesolid and plasma interaction physics, plasma physics, biophysics of membrane proteins.
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16. Plasma Physics Group - Imperial College
Research group, London, UK.Category Science Physics Plasma Groups......

17. Radio And Space Plasma Physics Group
Research group at the University of Leicester, UK.Category Science Physics Plasma Groups......University of Leicester, Radio and Space plasma physics Group, Welcometo the Radio and Space plasma physics Group. The Radio and Space
Radio and Space Plasma
Physics Group
Document last updated
Welcome to the Radio and Space Plasma Physics Group The Radio and Space Plasma Physics Group is at the forefront of research into the interaction of planetary environments with the solar wind. The most spectacular evidence of this interaction are the aurora which occur in the regions surrounding both the north and south magnetic poles. To understand these complex interactions, information from a broad range of theoretical and experimental studies is required and the group is active in many national and international collaborations. Experimental studies with spacecraft and ground based facilities are being carried out. The group builds and operates ground based radar facilities including the SPEAR radar currently being constructed on Svalbard and the CUTLASS radars. (The CUTLASS radar in Finland is shown below.) This site contains information about the work of the group and its experimental facilities as well as providing access to both real time and archived data. Use the panel to the left to navigate the site and learn more about the activities of the Radio and Space Plasma Physics Group. Click on the site map button for an alternative method of navigating this site and to see a complete list of the content.

18. Fusion Energy Education Site
Leads to several excellent resources which teach about fusion.Category Science Physics Education Nuclear and Particle Physics...... US Dept. of Energy. Princeton plasma physics Laboratory (PPPL), operatedby Princeton University for the US Dept. of Energy. This
(This site will look better if you obtain a frames-capable Web browser.) Search FusEdWeb This Page Last Revised 22-Aug-00. Contact: Robert Heeter,
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
operated by the University of California for the U.S. Dept. of Energy Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) operated by Princeton University for the U.S. Dept. of Energy This work was performed in part under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Energy by University of California Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory under contract No. W-7405-Eng-48.

19. Nebulae
Part of a larger site on plasma physics.
Fusion - Physics of a Fundamental Energy Source
Fuzzy Patches in Space
Photo Credit: NGC 2440, Hubble Space Telescope The term "nebula" was originally used by astronomers to refer to any "fuzzy' patch in the sky that could be easily distinguished by a telescope, but was not sharp like stars or planets. Charles Messier, an eighteenth century French astronomer, published his famous catalogue of these objects in 1784 so that he and other comet hunters would not confuse them with comets. We now know that some of the "nebulae" of Messier's catalogue are other galaxies and some are clusters of stars. On the plasma graph, "nebula" refers to clouds of interstellar dust and gas within our own galaxy made visible by their interaction with nearby stars or star remnants.
Types of Nebulae:
Emission Nebulae
Interstellar plasma which absorbs and re-emits electromagnetic radiation from close by hot young stars...
Reflection Nebulae
Dust particles which scatter and reflect light from nearby bright young stars...
Planetary Nebulae
Ejected matter from a low mass star near the end of the star's life...

Official page of the plasma physics Division of APS, news, information on conferences and meetings.Category Science Physics Plasma Associations......

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