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MCLANE Still left open in the foregoing discussion of drift wave stabilization is the question of whether more than one mode could simultaneously be stabilized. That this, too, can be done was demonstrated by Lindgren and Birdsall (48) by means of experiments on a collisionless potassium plasma in a mirror magnetic field. Three tuned ( Q = 7) and phased feedback loops were used to suppress drift waves of azimuthaI mode number m = 2, 3, and 4 simultaneously. This was accomplished with only slight enhancement of modes m = 1 and 5 (Fig.
Anderson et a/. (57) showed that thiswas not the case, but thatdeuterons were accelerated to the necessary energy for the D D reaction in the high electric fields produced by magnetohydrodynamic instabilities of the pinch discharge. Not only was the number of deuterons so accelerated a small part of the total, but their chance of undergoing the fusion reaction was so small in the lifetime of the discharge that a net energy producing plasma could not be based on the linear pinch. The same is true of the plasma focus.
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