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RESEARCH BY THE

UCLA BASIC PLASMA PHYSICS LABORATORY GROUP

- Whistler modes in magnetic mirror and FRC fields
- Three dimensional helicon modes
- Whistler modes in nonuniform magnetic fields with null points
- Measurement of orbital angular momentum of helicons
- Flow of phase and energy from hodograms
- Comparison of Electric Dipole with Magnetic Loop Antennas
- Trivelpiece-Gould Modes in Uniform Plasmas
- Collimated Whistler Beams
- Helicons in Uniform Plasmas
- Whistler Wave Antennas
- Dipole Magnetrons
- Fusor-type discharges
- Oscillating plasma bubbles
- Sheath ionization
- Fireball gas dynamics
- Electron transit time instabilities
- Fireballs
- Electron drift waves in sheaths
- Magnetic bubbles
- Magnetic Dipole Across
**B**_{0} - Whistler Instabilities
- Properties of Nonlinear Whistlers
- EMHD Field Reversed Configurations
- Whistler Spheromaks and FRCs
- Electron Current Rings
- Magnetic Field Annihilation
- Nonlinear Vortices with Magnetic Null Points
- Collision and Interaction Between Vortices
- Linear Whistler Vortices
- Helicity Injection and Conservation
- EMHD Turbulence in High-Beta Plasmas
- Pressure Gradient Driven Lower Hybrid Turbulence
- Transport of Pulsed Currents by Whistlers
- Current Instabilities on Positive Probes
- Laboratory Modeling of Tethers in Space
- Magnetic Antennas
- Nonlinear EMHD Effects
- Thermal Noise
- Free Plasma Expansion
- Electron Beam Scattering
- Electromagnetic Waves from Beam-Plasma Instabilities
- Electron Beam Whistler Instability
- Sheath-Plasma Instability
- Magnetic Field Line Reconnection
- Isotope Separation by Ion Cyclotron Resonance Heating
- Antenna Radiation Patterns for Whistlers
- Whistler Propagation and Filamentation
- Electron Cyclotron Drift Instability
- Mode Conversion and Nonlinear Effects
- Upper Hybrid Resonance Absorption and Emission
- Basic Waves and Instabilities
- Plasma Diagnostics

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