The Cylindrical Indefinite Positive Column in a Fixed Neutral Gas
All the simplified models of the positive column in the high-pressure arc are based upon the assumption of the Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium (L.T.E.). The meaning of this expression has been recalled at the beginning of this book.
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