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Rapid Formation of Distributed Plasma Discharges using X-Band Microwaves

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Fig. 6.19 Time-evolved ne under two different Te(eff) and x combinations. 1) The green
dots represent for the Te(eff)=2.3 eV and x=2 case; 2) The red triangles represent for the
Te(eff)=2 eV and x=2 case; 3) The black dash line represents for a combination of the two
cases for different times where they are valid.
Obviously from Fig. 6.19, the electron density peaks in the ,
which is comparable with the results from mixer measurements that provided a maximum
ne as . As for the time-evolution trend, the electron density increased first
to a peak value at around 405 ns, and then decreases for later times. Three major
mechanisms are involved to affect the electron density in a plasma: 1) Electrons are
created by the ionization process; 2) Electrons are reabsorbed by electron-ion
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