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Low temperature plasmas have important industrial applications, such as materials modification and electric propulsion. In our laboratory we intend to educate and train engineering students in the principles of plasma physics and technology.
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The staff is composed of professor Fruchtman, Mr. Makrinich, and visiting scientists. Makrinich is a research scientist with experience in employing plasma devices for materials processing.
He has built plasma thrusters for both industrial applications and electric propulsion and has six patents in this field registered in his name in the former USSR. Here we give a very brief description of our activity. We are developing plasma sources that use both electromagnetic waves and steady electric and magnetic fields to produce the plasma and to impart energy to the particles. First, we have developed a radio-frequency RF wave source. The plasma source, that operates both as an Inductive Plasma Source IPS and as a Helicon plasma source, is the first such source to be developed in Israel.
Currently we are experimenting with configurations that employ steady electric and magnetic fields to accelerate plasmas. The RF plasma source is composed of a vacuum chamber, a gas flow controller, solenoids that generate a DC magnetic field, a radio frequency generator with matching units, and an antenna.
The plasma is generated inside a Pyrex tube, 52cm in length and 10cm in diameter. The radio-frequency generator radiates at The magnetic field intensity is up to G. The working pressure is between 0.
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