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Effect of a high-frequency field on the expansion of a plasma into a vacuum

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Translated from Metody Matematicheskogo Modelirovaniya i Vychislitel'noi Diagnostika, pp. 255–260, Izd. Moskovskogo Universiteta, Moscow, 1990.

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Inovenkov, I.N., Chukhin, A.E. Effect of a high-frequency field on the expansion of a plasma into a vacuum. Comput Math Model 3, 335–339 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01133910

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