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Measurement of magnetic field pitch angle using motional Stark effect spectroscopy in the compact helical system

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4 Author(s)
Takayama, Sadatsugu ; Gifu Prefectural Institute for Ceramics Research and Technology, 3-4 Hoshigadai, Tajimi-city, Gifu-pref. 507-0811, Japan ; Ida, Katsumi ; Okamura, Shouichi ; Kado, Shinichiro

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A spectroscopy system, which consists of a zigzag charge coupled device and ferroelectric liquid crystal cells, has been developed to measure magnetic field pitch angles. The magnetic field pitch angle is derived from the polarization angle of σ and π components in the line measured with polarization sensitive spectroscopy. By using the spectroscopy system, the location of zero pitch angle is measured to shift outboard due to the Pfirsh–Schluter current by 28±16 mm. This shift is consistent with that predicted by an equilibrium code. © 2003 American Institute of Physics.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:74 ,  Issue: 1 )