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Poloidal divertor

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poloidal divertor

(Science: radiobiology) A divertor which takes a bundle of poloidal field lines, forming a separatrix in the poloidal magnetic field which creates separate plasma regions (which can then have different physical parameters, since transport is reduced across the separatrix where q is infinity).