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|Figure Reference||Title||Description||Number of Figure Data Items||Identifier||Download Figure Details|
|Figure 1||Figure 1||Figure has a diagram that shows the geometry of a tokamak in the poloidal plane, and next to it a diagram that shows the region near the divertor target in an enlarged form. The geometry of this region is compared with the geometry of the tokamak.||0||CF/16/237||Download|
|Figure 2||Figure 2||This figure shows the different boundary layers that are present near the divertor target under the assumption that their scales are well separated.||0||CF/16/238||Download|
|Figure 3||Figure 3||The figure shows that at small magnetic field to wall angles the wall next to the plasma charges positively instead of negatively.||0||CF/16/239||Download|
|Figure 4||Figure 4||Figure shows an example effective potential for a particle moving in a constant magnetic field perpendicular to an electric field.||0||CF/16/240||Download|
|Figure 5||Figure 5||Form of the expected magnetic presheath electrostatic potential.||0||CF/16/241||Download|
|Figure 6||Figure 6||Figure shows plots of different effective potentials.||0||CF/16/242||Download|
|Figure B1||Figure B1||This figure is a schematic of turbulent structures impinging on the divertor, which explains the ordering for the length scales that was adopted in the paper.||0||CF/16/243||Download|
|Figure B2||Figure B2||Figure shows geometry near divertor target.||0||CF/16/244||Download|
|Figure D1||Figure D1||Figure shows a drawing of an example orbit of a particle in a system which has a magnetic field exactly perpendicular to an electric field that varies linearly with space in the direction parallel to where it points.||0||CF/16/245||Download|
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