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Method of Control o Multiple Contraction in the volume of Weakly Ionized Plasma by Standing Acoustic Wave Excitation.

This invention is a process that uses a standing acoustic wave in the volume of weakly ionized plasma to control the initiation of contraction (transition to arc) in certain designated places – the antimodes of the standing wave. 

No.: 
M-876
Inventor(s): 

U.S. Department of Energy
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