Principles of Plasma Diagnostics (Paperback)I. H. Hutchinson (author)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 460
Weight: 630 g
Dimensions: 233 x 155 x 23 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
'This book is an important contribution and should be on the shelves of most plasma physicists. It gives diagnostic physicists access to physical descriptions of their own techniques as well as to the physics of complementary observations. It provides graduate students with an effective guide for applying theoretical concepts to their experiments.' Science
'This book provides a very good introduction to plasma diagnostics for someone starting research in the field and would be a worthwhile reference book for anyone interested in plasma physics.' Australian Physicist
'Ian Hutchinson has made significant contributions to the development of the physics of many of the measurement methods that are described here, so this is a book of considerable authority and insight. It is well written and will provide much interesting reading for the experienced physicist as well as the student. ... a valuable work of reference that merits a place on every diagnostician's desk.' Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
'... provides an excellent introduction to the physical principles upon which plasma measurements are based ... Hutchinson's wonderfully clear book should be compulsory reading for those who want to study plasma physics. It is an eye-opening guide to one of the most vibrant branches of science that is changing the perception of our surrounding universe.' Astronomy & Geophysics
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