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J. MULLANEY A N D Ν . R. * Acknowledgement Helpful discussions with G. E. Moore and W. E. Kaskan are gratefully acknowledged. REFERENCES 1 MULLANEY, G . , K Y D D , P. , and DIBELIUS, N . R . , / . AppL Phys. 7 2 , 668 (1961). • DiBEUus, N , R. LuEBKE, E. , and MULLANEY, G . , March 9 and 10, 1961. » GAYDON, A . G . and WOLFHARD, H . G . , Flames, Chapman & Hall, London, 1953, p. 282. • HOFFMAN, F . and KOHN, H . , / . Opt, Soc. Amer. 5 1 , N o . 5, 512 (1961). • SuoDEN, T. M. and WHEELER, R . C , Microwave and Radio-Frequency Aberdeen Univ.
LINDLEY When a plasma is in contact with a boundary wall, an electrically nonneutral sheath develops, of a thickness approximately equal to the Debye shielding distance. In the absence of such a sheath the plasma would lose electrons much more rapidly than positive ions because of the greater velocity of the electrons. If the potential of the boundary wall is allowed to float, zero net current must flow from the plasma to the wall; consequently, a potential gradient arises near the wall, reflecting electrons back into the plasma, and in a given time interval equal numbers of electrons and ions strike the wall.
J. MULLANEY AND N . R. DIBELIUS curve for a HG-OG flame seeded with potassium and clearly shows such a hmit. If a potential greater than 1-5 V was appUed, the ohmic region would be exceeded and the conductivity determined from the current-voltage ratios would be erroneous. With HG-OG flames seeded with barium acetate the graphite emission Umit is markedly raised (Fig. 4). The details of the process by which the emission Umit is raised have not been investigated. 2. Sodium Hydroxide The solid line through the experimental data for NaOH (Fig.