Dependence of admittance of plasma capacitor on electron collection

Dependence of admittance of plasma capacitor on electron collection

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The measured conductance of an uninsulated pair of rings is significantly greater than that of an insulated pair at frequencies where resonant-probe effects occur, and where electroacoustic waves are radiated. It is shown that electron collection does not cause the nonlinear admittance investigated previously.


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