About Distances in the “Characteristic Pattern” of Exploding Wires
The “characteristic pattern” of an exploding wire is obtained by placing a glass slide near an exploding wire on which the metallic vapor will precipitate . Such an exploding wire pattern does not show a homogeneous deposit but systems of striations (Fig. 1). Their number can vary considerably.
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