Development of RF driven negative ion beam source at HUST characterized using Impedans Langmuir Probe system
Fusion reactors like ITER promise to provide limitless, clean and affordable energy but demands an intense plasma heating to sustain the fusion reactions. Plasma particles are heated by injecting negative ion beams converted into neutral beams.
In this appnote, we highlight work on the HUST negative ion beam source, characterised by the Impedans Langmuir probe.


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Would you like to know more about the Langmuir Probe? Then join us for a 30-minute Webinar where you will learn about:

  • The design and construction of a Langmuir Probe
  • Where we can use Langmuir Probes effectively
  • The basic circuitry for data acquisition
  • Langmuir Current – Voltage (IV) characteristics

The webinar is on Wednesday 8th June at 16.00 IST / 11.00 EDT.