Proceedings of the 38th Annual Gaseous Electronic Conference: program and abstracts
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A report on the 38th Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference, held at Monterey, California, 15-18 October 1985, includes articesl on the following topics: electron-molecule collisions: excitation, XUV lasers, collision, discharges, photonics, electron-molecule collisions; attachment, high pressure arc lamps, ion-molecule reactions, DC-glows, electron-molecule collisions; total scattering and excitation, plasma chemistry, symposium on ion-molecule reactions, breakdown, Loeb commemorative session, heavy particle collisions, ionization and electron heating; gas lasers, sheaths and distribution functions, R-F discharges, arcs and switching, and invited lectures.
Proc. held at Monterey, Calif., 15-18 Oct. 1985
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