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TVT, 2000, Volume 38, Issue 5, Pages 823–839 (Mi tvt2179)  

This article is cited in 4 scientific papers (total in 4 papers)

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The kinetics of excited atoms and optical radiation under conditions of wave mechanism of breakdown in inert gases

N. A. Ashurbekov, V. S. Kurbanismailov, O. A. Omarov, N. O. Omarova

Daghestan State University

Abstract: Based on an analysis of the results of integrated experimental and theoretical investigations, modern concepts are described of the kinetics of excited atoms and optical radiation under conditions of the wave mechanism of breakdown in inert gases. Primary attention is given to optical investigations in the gas pressure range from $1$ to $1000$ torr with voltage pulse amplitudes of up to $60$ kV. The effect of fast electrons, formed at the ionization wave front, on the intense and polarization profiles of spontaneous spectral lines is treated. The role of the processes involving molecular ions in the formation of the optical properties of plasma.developed by wave breakdown is discussed. The possibility is studied of using such discharges for pumping recombination gas lasers.

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High Temperature, 2000, 38:5, 795–809

UDC: 537.521
Received: 07.12.1999

Citation: N. A. Ashurbekov, V. S. Kurbanismailov, O. A. Omarov, N. O. Omarova, “The kinetics of excited atoms and optical radiation under conditions of wave mechanism of breakdown in inert gases”, TVT, 38:5 (2000), 823–839; High Temperature, 38:5 (2000), 795–809

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    1. N. A. Ashurbekov, K. O. Iminov, G. Sh. Shakhsinov, A. R. Ramazanov, “The role of high-energy electrons during the formation of nonstationary optical emission and transmission spectra of plasma behind the edge of high-velocity ionization waves”, High Temperature, 53:5 (2015), 627–637  mathnet  crossref  crossref  isi  elib  elib
    2. Ashurbekov N.A., Iminov K.O., Taibov K.T., Yusupova G.M., “the Generation of Accelerated Electrons in the Nanosecond Discharge in the Short Interelectrode Gap”, Mod. Phys. Lett. B, 29:19 (2015), 1550102  crossref  isi  elib
    3. Ashurbekov N.A., Iminov K.O., Shakhsinov G.Sh., “the Interaction of Broadband Laser Irradiation With Plasma of Electric Discharges Near Narrow Resonances”, International Conference on Atomic and Molecular Pulsed Lasers Xii, Proceedings of Spie, 9810, eds. Tarasenko V., Kabanov A., Spie-Int Soc Optical Engineering, 2015, 98101Q  crossref  isi
    4. Ashurbekov N.A. Iminov K.O. Shakhsinov G.S., 5Th International Congress on Energy Fluxes and Radiation Effects 2016, Journal of Physics Conference Series, 830, IOP Publishing Ltd, 2017  crossref  isi  scopus
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