Spectroscopy is a useful means to study the ways in which energy is transferred within and from plasmajets and electric arcs. For this purpose, measurements of spectral intensities and line widths are applied to measure thermodynamic properties of the hot ionized gases. Methods, apparatus,
and applications are illustrated by examples from the author's laboratory.
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Publication date: January 1, 1966
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