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Volume 31,
Issue 3,
March 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 in-depth review manuscripts, forward-looking perspectives, Tutorials on active topics, and Special Topics highlighting new developments. 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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C. F. B. Zimmermann, C. Angioni et al.
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We describe measurements of the DC electrical conductivity of warm dense matter using ultrafast terahertz (THz) pulses. THz fields are sufficiently slowly varying that they behave like DC fields on ...
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C. F. B. Zimmermann, C. Angioni et al.
This study employs the established momentum transport analysis at ASDEX Upgrade [Zimmermann et al., Nucl. Fusion 63 , 124003 (2023)] to investigate the parametric variations of the momentum ...
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S. C. Molesworth, J. A. Boedo et al.
Measured filament velocities in the DIII-D tokamak are compared against theoretical scalings, finding that the latter often represents an upper limit on experimental velocity distributions with most ...
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B. K. Ofori-Okai, A. Descamps et al.
We describe measurements of the DC electrical conductivity of warm dense matter using ultrafast terahertz (THz) pulses. THz fields are sufficiently slowly varying that they behave like DC fields on ...
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