Stark-Zeeman Line Shape Modeling for Magnetic White Dwarf and Tokamak Edge Plasmas: Common Challenges
AbstractThe shape of atomic spectral lines in plasmas contains information on the plasma parameters, and can be used as a diagnostic tool. Under specific conditions, the plasma located at the edge of tokamaks has parameters similar to those in magnetic white dwarf stellar atmospheres, which suggests that the same line shape models can be used. A problem common to tokamak and magnetic white dwarfs concerns the modeling of Stark broadening of hydrogen lines in the presence of an external magnetic field and the related Zeeman effect. In this work, we focus on a selection of issues relevant to Stark broadening in magnetized hydrogen plasmas. Various line shape models are presented and discussed through applications to ideal cases. View Full-Text
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Rosato, J.; Kieu, N.; Hannachi, I.; Koubiti, M.; Marandet, Y.; Stamm, R.; Dimitrijević, M.S.; Simić, Z. Stark-Zeeman Line Shape Modeling for Magnetic White Dwarf and Tokamak Edge Plasmas: Common Challenges. Atoms 2017, 5, 36.
Rosato J, Kieu N, Hannachi I, Koubiti M, Marandet Y, Stamm R, Dimitrijević MS, Simić Z. Stark-Zeeman Line Shape Modeling for Magnetic White Dwarf and Tokamak Edge Plasmas: Common Challenges. Atoms. 2017; 5(4):36.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rosato, Joël; Kieu, Ny; Hannachi, Ibtissem; Koubiti, Mohammed; Marandet, Yannick; Stamm, Roland; Dimitrijević, Milan S.; Simić, Zoran. 2017. "Stark-Zeeman Line Shape Modeling for Magnetic White Dwarf and Tokamak Edge Plasmas: Common Challenges." Atoms 5, no. 4: 36.
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