Published data on mean absorption coefficients for aluminum and air plasmas are compared with calculated ones.
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Bazylev, B.N., Golub, L.V., Romanov, G.S. et al. Calculating the optical parameters of a highly charged plasma by the hfs method. Part 2. Average and group-average absorption coefficients. Journal of Engineering Physics 59, 862–864 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00871322
- Statistical Physic
- Absorption Coefficient
- Optical Parameter