Baksht, E Kh and Lomaev, Mikhail I and Rybka, D V and Tarasenko, Viktor F (2006) Study of emission of a volume nanosecond discharge plasma in xenon, krypton and argon at high pressures. Quantum Electronics, 36 (6). pp. 576-580.
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The emission properties of a volume nanosecond discharge plasma produced in xenon, krypton and argon at high pressures in a discharge gap with a cathode having a small radius of curvature are studied. Spectra in the range 120-850 nm and amplitude--time characteristics of xenon emission at different regimes and excitation techniques are recorded and analysed. It is shown that upon excitation of the volume discharge initiated by a beam of avalanche electrons, at least 90% of the energy in the spectral range 120-850 nm is emitted by xenon dimers. For xenon at a pressure of 1.2 atm, [?]45 mJ of the spontaneous emission energy was obtained in the full solid angle in a pulse with the full width at half-maximum [?]130 ns.
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