Measurement of the Correlation Functions of the Light-Emission Intensity in a Plasma-Beam Discharge
As has been shown in both theory and experiment [1–3], spectroscopic techniques are very effective for investigations of processes occurring in a plasma-beam discharge and for determining the principal parameters of a plasma which is the result of the development of collective instabilities.
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