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Laser‐induced gas breakdown in the presence of preionization
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4.In the present study, the threshold intensity was defined as that value for which breakdown was obtained in one out of ten pulses, on the average.
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6.The laser pulse had an initial spike with a rise time in the ramping portion of 60 nsec. Time‐resolved measurements of the transmitted laser energy indicated that breakdown occurred at or shortly after the peak of the laser pulse.
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