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Electron-Ion Processes in Hot Plasmas

  • Jacques Dubau
  • Henri van Regemorter

Abstract

The spacecraft observations of astrophysical objects in the UV-X-ray wavelength range and the production of hot plasmas in new devices developed for nuclear fusion have given a new impetus to the physics of highly charged ions.

Keywords

Radiative Decay Excitation Cross Section Satellite Line Dielectronic Recombination Metastable Level 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jacques Dubau
    • 1
  • Henri van Regemorter
    • 1
  1. 1.Observatoire de Paris—MeudonMeudonFrance

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