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Number: 376/126
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Nuclear fusion > Magnetic confinement of plasma > With enveloping charged particle confinement (e.g., e or p layer)
Description: Subject matter wherein the magnetic force cooperates with a charged particle layer (e.g., a layer of electrons or protons) separate from an external to the plasma to form a further restraining means for maintaining the plasma within the given volume.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7230201 Apparatus and methods for controlling charged particles Jun. 12, 2007
5353321 Plasma thermoelement Oct. 4, 1994
4767590 Anomalous - viscosity current drive Aug. 30, 1988
4729865 Nuclear fusion reactor Mar. 8, 1988
H268 Elmo bumpy square plasma confinement device May. 5, 1987
4434130 Electron space charge channeling for focusing ion beams Feb. 28, 1984
4172008 Nuclear fusion reactor Oct. 23, 1979











 
 
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