1 February 1989 Nanosecond Framing Photography For Laser-Produced Interstreaming Plasmas
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Using a fast-gated (120 psec-5 nsec) microchannel-plate optical camera (Gated Optical Imager), framing photographs have been taken of the rapidly streaming, laser plasma (~5 x 107 cm/sec) passing through a vacuum or a background gas, with and without a magnetic field. Observations of Large-Larmor-Radius Interchange Instabilities are presented.
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E. A. McLean, E. A. McLean, B. H. Ripin, B. H. Ripin, J. A. Stamper, J. A. Stamper, C. K. Manka, C. K. Manka, T. A. Peyser, T. A. Peyser, } "Nanosecond Framing Photography For Laser-Produced Interstreaming Plasmas", Proc. SPIE 0981, High Speed Photography, Videography, and Photonics VI, (1 February 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.948671; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.948671
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