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superionic ice 02.27.18From the Labs

High power laser pulses used for high energy density plasma science enable the creation of superionic waterExternal link

This new form of water, formed under extreme pressures, exhibits properties of solids, liquids, and plasmas, and is believed to exist in the mantles of Neptune and Uranus
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Peaked Density Predicted in ITER Based on Turbulent Transport Modeling of Heated DIII-D Plasmas 02.21.18From the Labs

Peaked Density Predicted in ITER Based on Turbulent Transport Modeling of Heated DIII-D PlasmasExternal link

Fluid model of plasma turbulence is used to study heated tokamak plasmas to reveal impacts of its turbulent behavior on density, temperature, and rotation gradients. Read MoreExternal linkage

Astrophysicists settle century-old cosmic debate on magnetism of planets and stars 02.21.18From the Labs

Astrophysicists settle century-old cosmic debate on magnetism of planets and starsExternal link

Laser experiments verify ‘turbulent dynamo’ theory of how cosmic magnetic fields are created Read MoreExternal linkage

Lithium — it’s not just for batteries 02.21.18From the Labs

Lithium — it’s not just for batteriesExternal link

The powdered metal can reduce instabilities in fusion plasmas Read MoreExternal linkage

11.11.17From the Labs

Reaching new heightsExternal link

Physicists improve the vertical stability of superconducting Korean fusion device.
Physicist Dennis Mueller with image of KSTAR on screen at left. Read MoreExternal linkage

11.11.17Press Release

PPPL honors Grierson and Greenough for distinguished research and engineering achievementsExternal link

Physicist Brian Grierson and engineer Nevell Greenough Read MoreExternal linkage

11.11.17Press Release

Microwave Power Scattering by Plasma FluctuationsExternal link

Experiments at the DIII-D National Fusion Facility measure the interaction between RF power and millimeter-scale turbulence Read MoreExternal linkage

10.11.17Press Release

LLNL physicist Félicie Albert receives 2017 Edouard Fabre Prize for laser contributionsExternal link

LLNL’s Félicie Albert was awarded the 2017 Edouard Fabre Prize for her contributions to the physics of laser-driven inertial confinement fusion and laser-produced plasmas. Photos by Maren Hunsberger/LLNL.

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10.11.17University Research

Stanford scientists discover how dense, extraterrestrial ice can form in just billionths of a secondExternal link

Experimental configuration of the XFEL probe and optical laser. The shock freezing behavior of water captured in a Debye-Scherrer geometry. Inset: Schematic of target package as a cut away side view.

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02.07.17From the Labs

First Measurement of the Spectrum of an Antimatter AtomExternal link

Plasma physics research, funded by the NSF/DOE Partnership in Basic Plasma Science, has been the key to the success of the ALPHA collaboration’s effort to trap and study the properties of antihydrogen atoms
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