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I particle _ , 2 .. :!! 1 \ \ \ : \ \ \\ i ; ; ! 1; : i »10"· concentration, Ne = N , , cm"^ Fio. 4. Rogime for applicability of two-fluid model and existence of elevated electron temperature for a fully ionized cesium plasma. Experimental time texp = 50 /isec, characteristic dimension D = 1 cm. (tc)// = 50 μsec; λ = 1 cm, (Teq)ei = 50 ,isec Comparison of equations (29), (30) and (32), in each of which the charac teristic time must be less than ί,^^ρ, shows that ( r ^ ) / . / is the largest term; in equations (28) and (33) where the characteristic time must be greater 35 TEMPERATURE IN RAPID EXPANSION OF PLASMA FLOW than tg^p, (r^gX^i is the smaller quantity.
Equivalence ratio was varied from 1-3 to 2-3. In a large number of experiments which will not be described in this paper, it was shown that with a given seeding material the mean scattering cross section of electrons by the combustion ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF FLAMES 49 products was not sensitive to the changes in the gaseous species present as a result of changing from Hg to CsH« fuels. At constant temperature the conductivity varies approximately as tiie square root of the alkaline earth metal concentration.
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.