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Increasing the Efficiency of Light Emission from a Plasma by Electrostatic Confinement

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Electrostatic confinement has been used to increase the efficiency of light emission from a plasma discharge. Biasing the wall negatively increases efficiency by a factor 2.5 over the floating wail case. High energy electrons are confimed, thereby increasing excitation. The average electron confinement, however, is not increased.

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 4 )