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ENHANCED PLASMA HEATING IN LASER‐INDUCED GAS BREAKDOWN AT THE SHOCK FRONT OF A BLAST WAVE
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13.For the 1‐GW case the theoretical model is not fully valid since progressive breakdown (Ref. 2) would dominate the breakdown front propagation but the result for the transmitted pulse would be similar with the onset of transmission occurring a little earlier.
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