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By L. Marton (ed.)

ISBN-10: 0120145359

ISBN-13: 9780120145355

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Time graph of features observed on probe and microwave diagnostic devices. 0 Front, x plateau, 0 laser plasma. From Koopnian (21) with permission of Phys. Fluids. in a dispersion of the features above. In Fig. 50 the effect of gas pressure was investigated, and the results fitted to a theory that the momentum loss rate of the electrons is dominated by ionization. This yields the correct density dependence of P ' ' ~ for the empirical constant CI describing an exponential growth of the velocity of the wave front.

I n a sidearm, arranged perpendicular to the main expansion tube, the luminous plasma in the shock tube can only be seen by double scattering, but a wave was still observed in this sidearm which propagated with the electron acoustical speeds predicted by theory. Mills, Naraghi, and Fowler (51) took up the research where Russell left off. During the course of their investigation, the apparatus, formed around a linear electric shock tube, evolved through several stages until the causes of the various precursor phenomena were finally established.

Both the general trend and final values of 1 7 , are encouraging. It is evident, however, at the conclusion of this review of the existing experimental work, that much remains to be done on careful measurement of velocity and structure of the wave. 26 RICHARD G . 0 21 - n I I I 1 I I B. Secondary Breakdown Waves In 1959, Westburg (39,proposing to study moving striations in glow discharges, found that he had developed an apparatus for the study of secondary breakdown waves-those in which an electron space charge moves in an already ionized gas, augmenting that ionization.

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