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Dependence of striation spacing in linear laser sparks on gas pressure and luminosity
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4.As noted in Ref. 2, the images obtained with photographic film and diode arrays correspond most closely to the time integral of the luminous flux, for which no standard term has been adopted.8 We used the term “luminosity” in this paper to describe these images, i.e., the blackening of the film and the amplitude of the signal from the array.
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