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Top frame: Experimental results for the discharge current density, gap voltage, and applied voltage as a function of time obtained by Mangolini et al. (Ref. 6) Bottom frame: Our calculated results using the same conditions with 100 ppm of .
Calculated results for the discharge current density and gap voltage as a function of time, shown together with the applied voltage. Each frame corresponds with a different level of impurity.
Normalized calculated electron density, dissipated power, and production efficiency as a function of content.
Top frame: Charge density transferred during the positive part of the current pulse and the maximum value of the discharge current as a function of the content. Bottom frame: Equivalent peak width determined by dividing the integrated positive part of the current pulse with the maximum value of the discharge current.
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