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The Single Langmuir Probe under Orbital-Limited Conditions in a Low-Density Collisional Plasma

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The cylindrical Langmuir probe under orbital-limited conditions was used to determine the charge density in a low-density collisional plasma. The Langmuir's theory was applied to both electron and ion saturation currents in their respective accelerating regions. Present study indicates that the length of the probe significantly affects the probe characteristics. A probe of suitable length under orbital-limited conditions may be useful under the experimental conditions where the radius of the probe is much smaller than the Debye lengt.

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 1 )

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March 1979

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