Analysis of plasmas generated by fission fragments, Volume 2776
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1977 - Technology & Engineering - 50 pages
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24 UPPER agreement with available alpha particles applied electric field associative ionization assumed background gas Boltzmann equation calculated gain coefficients Chemical Physics coated with fissionable Collisional Relaxation Processes cross sections Deese direct nuclear pumping Einstein coefficient Electron Excitation Electron Impact electron number density electrons and metastables excitation cross excitation transfer reactions excited states produced externally applied electric fission fragment excitation Gas Lasers Guyot H CM heavy particles Helium excited helium plasma high energy ionization and excitation Journal of Chemical kinetic model lasing Leffert Miley molecular ion NASA neutron flux NEUTRONS/CM2 SEC nitrogen contaminant Noble Gas Plasmas noble gases nuclear pumped lasers Physical Review predictions principal quantum number pure helium Radiative recombination Rate Coefficient reactions included recombination process rH rH rH sections and rates shown in figure singlet spontaneous emission T0RR N2 THEORY Thiess tion TM model Torr triplet tube coated UPPER STATE ENERGY Wellenstein