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Stark spectroscopic measurement of spatially resolved electric field and electric field gradients in a glow discharge
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11.A finite laser beam misalignment relative to the surface of the cathode θ degrees (typically 2°) explains why a flat‐top intensity profile in the model calculation best fitted the data. If the cathode diameter is D, then the beam samples over a length in the field direction of D sin θ, When the probe beam diameter is small, then the result is a sampling by an apparent flattop beam intensity profile, over a length larger than the beam diameter.
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