Abstract

The use of a He–Ne laser as a light source for a Michelson interferometer in connection with plasma measurements is studied. Two different methods of recording are employed and their accuracy is determined. Results indicate that the interferometer, particularly in the infrared, will provide a powerful instrument for determination of plasma properties.

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