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A Non-Self-Sustained Stationary Gas Discharge in N2-CO2 Mixtures at an Atmospheric Pressure and Ionization by an Electron Beam (Nesamostoyatelnyi Statsionarnyi Gazovvy Razryad v Smesyakh N2-CO2 pri Atmosfernom Davlenii s Ionizatsiei Elektronnym Puchkom,
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An investigation of an induced gas discharge in N2-CO2 mixtures under atmospheric pressure is reported. A beam of electrons with an energy of about 100 kev and a current of about 50 microampere is used as an external ionizer. A stable burning of such a discharge under stationary conditions was achieved in this experiment. Subsequent analysis indicates possible use in the future of such discharges for a combined pumping of CO2 lasers.
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