Measurement of the Azimuthal Component of the Velocity of Probe Falling Particles in Glow Discharge in Magnetic Field

  • S. I. Pavlov Institute of Physics, St. Petersburg State University
  • V. Yu. Karasev Institute of Physics, St. Petersburg State University
  • E. S. Dzlieva Institute of Physics, St. Petersburg State University
  • M. A. Ermolenko Institute of Physics, St. Petersburg State University
  • L. A. Novikov Institute of Physics, St. Petersburg State University
Keywords: azimuthal component of velocity, probe falling particle, glow discharge, magnetic field

Abstract

The azimuthal component of the velocity of falling probe particles in an unstratified glow discharge in a longitudinal magnetic field is measured. We use a discharge tube and solenoids participating in an experiment to observe the rotational motion of the dust structures in strata. The influence of the divergence of magnetic field lines on the anode and cathode ends of the solenoids on the appearance of an azimuthal momentum of dust particles is checked. The dependences of the angular velocity of probe particles on the longitudinal magnetic field are determined.

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Published
2018-10-19
How to Cite
Pavlov, S., Karasev, V., Dzlieva, E., Ermolenko, M., & Novikov, L. (2018). Measurement of the Azimuthal Component of the Velocity of Probe Falling Particles in Glow Discharge in Magnetic Field. Ukrainian Journal of Physics, 59(4), 415. https://doi.org/10.15407/ujpe59.04.0415
Section
Solid matter