Self-generated magnetic fields associated with a laser-produced plasma
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The dependence of the self-generated magnetic field associated with a laser-produced plasma on position, time, incident laser power, and nitrogen background pressure has been investigated. The presence of the ambient background is found to influence the generation of the fields during the laser irradiation of the plasma. This influence continues long after laser shutoff and causes the fields to reverse their direction.
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