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Dynamics of Electron-Rich Plasmas in the CNT Stellarator
Plasma and Fusion Research
Pure electron plasmas and electron plasmas with a finite ion fraction have been studied in the Columbia Nonneutral Torus (CNT) since the end of 2004. Results from the first three years of operation are summarized. Stable, small Debye length pure electron plasmas are routinely created, and have confinement times up to 20 msec. The confinement is limited by radial transport caused by internal rods, as well as electron-neutral collisions. The neutral driven transport rate is indicative of poordoi:10.1585/pfr.3.s1022 fatcat:2pkgisma7zexvcgffefpk7gzai