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Anomalous Electrodynamic Explosions in Liquids

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The recently reported Graneau experiments on electrodynamic explosions in liquids, which reveal anomalous longitudinal electrodynamic forces of the order of 104 times greater than expected, verify the need for a term in the law of electrodynamics that corresponds to the ion/electron mass ratio. This confirms an earlier theoretical interpretation of the anomalous cathode reaction forces found in the vacuum arc.

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 3 )