Gaseous Electronics by Gorur Govinda Raju

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Gaseous Electronics by Gorur Govinda Raju

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I would like to kick-start this section, recommending two books I consider to be invaluable resources for anyone interested in plasma physics.

The first one is Gaseous Electronics, Theory and Practice and it was the book that introduced me to the wonderful world of low-temperature plasma.
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The second one is Gaseous Electronics, Tables, Atoms, and Molecules, a collection of validated tables and data about the most common used gases in physics. I think this book is an essential resource when looking for some reliable data about a gas used in an experiment and I extensively used it to validate the results of my Monte-Carlo simulations.
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Michele Renda, PhD
Particle Physics Dept., IFIN-HH, Bucharest, Romania

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