Hypervelocity Impacts and Dusty Plasma Lab (HIDPL)

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Hypervelocity Impacts and Dusty Plasma Lab (HIDPL)


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  • Yousefi, Raziyeh; Davis, Allen; Carmona-Reyes, Jorge; Matthews, Lorin; Hyde, Truell (Physical Review E, )
    Understanding the agglomeration of dust particles in complex plasmas requires knowledge of basic properties such as the net electrostatic charge and dipole moment of the dust. In this study, dust aggregates are formed from ...
  • 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 ...

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