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Bean-shaped plasma

Bean-shaped plasma

(Science: radiobiology) a toroidal plasma indented on the inboard side (the side with the donut hole), that results in additional stability to ballooning modes. Moderate indentation may provide access to the second-stability region (high beta).

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