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Volume 31,
Issue 2,
February 2024

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Physics of Plasmas, published by AIP Publishing in cooperation with the APS Division of Plasma Physics, is committed to the publication of original research in all areas of experimental, computational, and theoretical plasma physics. Physics of Plasmas publishes comprehensive and in-depth review manuscripts and forward-looking perspectives covering important areas of study and Special Topics highlighting new and cutting-edge developments in plasma physics. Every year a special issue publishes the invited and review papers from the most recent meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics.

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N. S. Ginzburg, M. N. Vilkov et al.
We suggest using emission from the photoinjector-formed electron bunches moving through micro-undulators for generation of powerful super-radiant pulses in the terahertz/far infrared frequency range. ...
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J. Domański, J. Badziak
The numerical investigations into the acceleration of superheavy ions driven by a multi-PW, 30 fs laser pulse with a peak intensity from 5 × 1022 to 2 × 1023 W/cm2 were carried out using an advanced ...
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Fanbo Zeng, Jiande Zhang et al.
Since the research toward high-power millimeter-wave generator becomes a tendency in high-power microwave, overmoded structure with the high-order mode has been a considerable interest because of its ...
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John E. Foster, Tyler J. Topham
A key consideration in the interpretation of ground test data of electric propulsion devices purposed for spaceflight is understanding how facility-effects influence thruster operation. This ...
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N. T. Howard, P. Rodriguez-Fernandez et al.
Experimental conditions obtained on the DIII-D tokamak in the ITER Similar Shape (ISS) have been compared extensively with nonlinear gyrokinetic simulation using the CGYRO code [Candy et al., J. ...
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N. S. Ginzburg, M. N. Vilkov et al.
We suggest using emission from the photoinjector-formed electron bunches moving through micro-undulators for generation of powerful super-radiant pulses in the terahertz/far infrared frequency range. ...
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