Hypervelocity Impacts and Dusty Plasma Lab (HIDPL)

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  • Kong, J.; Qiao, K.; Matthews, L.S.; Hyde, T.W. (Physical Review E, )
    Small number dust particle clusters can be used as probes for plasma diagnostics. The number of dust particles as well as cluster size and shape can be easily controlled employing a glass box placed within a Gaseous ...
  • Hartmann, P.; Kovacs, A. Z.; Carmona-Reyes, J.; Matthews, L.S.; Hyde, T.W. (Plasma Sources Science and Technology, )
    Using dust grains as probes in gas discharge plasma is a very promising, but at the same time very challenging method, as the individual external control of dust grains has to be solved. We propose and demonstrate the ...
  • Hartmann, P.; Kovacs, A. Z.; Douglass, A. M.; Carmona-Reyes, J.; Matthews, L. S.; Hyde, T. W. (Physical Review Letters, )
    We report complex plasma experiments, assisted by numerical simulations, providing an alternative qualitative link between the macroscopic response of polycrystalline solid matter to small shearing forces and the possible ...
  • Hyde, T. W.; Kong, J.; Matthews, L.S. (Physical Review E, )
    Self-assembly of structures from vertically aligned, charged dust particle bundles within a glass box placed on the lower, powered electrode of a Gaseous Electronics Conference rf reference cell were produced and examined ...
  • Harris, B. J.; Matthews, L.S.; Hyde, T. W. (Physical Review E, )
    A complex plasma vertical oscillation experiment which modifies the bulk is presented. Spherical, micron-sized particles within a Coulomb crystal levitated in the sheath above the powered lower electrode in a GEC reference ...

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