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A HIGHLY IONIZED PULSED P. I. G. REFLEX DISCHARGE
1.This work was performed under the direction of O. Buneman, and supported by the Atomic Energy Commission under Contract At (04‐3)326 PA ♯8.
2.On leave at Stanford from Saclay, France.
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