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Volume 31,
Issue 1,
January 2023

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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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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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We report the first observation of global recycling coefficient R near 0.5 in the Lithium Tokamak eXperiment-β (LTX-β), significantly below the minimum R previously reported in other devices. In a ...
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Edl Schamiloglu, Alexander Figotin
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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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The presence of non-flat profiles on magnetic island is studied for the first time through gyrokinetic simulations alongside a simplified Lagrangian model. We have identified that inside a magnetic ...
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G. A. Shipley, D. E. Ruiz et al.
Magnetized liner inertial fusion experiments on the Z accelerator suffer from magneto-Rayleigh–Taylor instabilities (MRTI) that compromise integrity of the imploding cylindrical liner, limiting ...
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