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Impulsive discharges in water : plasma resistance and acoustic emission

Sun, Ying and Timoshkin, Igor and Given, Martin and Wilson, Mark and MacGregor, Scott (2014) Impulsive discharges in water : plasma resistance and acoustic emission. In: Book of abstracts of the 12th Technological Plasma Workshop. UNSPECIFIED, p. 21.

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Abstract

This is an abstract of a paper which discusses plasma resistance and acoustic emission in impulse discharges in water. It was presented in the book of abstracts of the 12th Technological Plasma Workshop.