plasma radiation

plasma radiation

[′plaz·mə ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(plasma physics)
Electromagnetic radiation emitted from a plasma, primarily by free electrons undergoing transitions to other free states or to bound states of atoms and ions, but also by bound electrons as they undergo transitions to other bound states.
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The delay time was sufficient to suppress background signals from continuum plasma radiation.
This program allows calculating the emitted spectrum of plasma radiation of various gases at individually given rotational and vibrational temperatures.
Figure 1 is the subset of variation of spectrum shape with time for plasma radiation at boundary points.
Zhang et al., "The NLTE simulation of Z-pinch Al plasma radiation," Acta Physica Sinica, vol.
In addition, emission spectra have been simulated using the PARADE [8] (plasma radiation database) program.
The effect of laser and plasma radiation on fiber-matrix interfacial shear strengths was studied.
The remaining 12 strips were prepared for investigating the fiber-matrix adhesion improvement via laser and plasma radiation. The pulsed laser beam of 532 nm was generated by an Nd:YAG pumped dye laser with a single pulse energy of 10 to 15 mJ and a repetition rate of 20 Hz.

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