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Under conditions in which electron collisional excitation of the 6Pi and 6PL levels predominates, the ratio of the intensities of the two resonance lines of Ba+ yields the electron temperature. Published data of Rynn et al , however, show temperatures well above the plate temperature, especially near the edge of the plasma column. The elevated temperatures appear to result from internal currents driven by asymmetries in the hot plates and misalignment of the hot plates. Motz and co-workers [56, 57] have offered an alternative explanation in terms of the scattering of photons emitted by the hot plates, but this explanation fails to account for the significant asymmetries often found at opposite edges of the plasma column.
Since frequency shifts of order 10~5 are not difficult to measure, plasma densities of order 107 cm" 3 are readily measurable. /ωρ if the electric vector is parallel to the magnetic field) be greater than the plasma radius. Cavity techniques permit the measurement of plasma densities in excess of the critical density if the plasma column is thin (R < 6), but the usual perturbation analysis breaks down in this instance and must be replaced by an exact theory. 5 times the plasma diameter. The resonance frequency of the TM0io cavity mode was 1736 MHz.
02 cm if n = 1011 cm - 3 ), and smaller than the spatial extent of the absorbing plasma layers . Radiation temperatures measured by Motley and Jassby  by the microwave radiometer method are within 100°C of the plate temperature (Fig. 3-10). In this work it was necessary to shield the antenna from the radiation from the hot plate by numerous irises and microwave absorbers. 3 6 / 3. MEASUREMENT OF BASIC PLASMA PARAMETERS Figure 3-10. Radiation power detected by a 35-GHz microwave radiometer in the neighborhood of the upper hybrid frequency.