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Temporal characteristics of runaway electrons in electron-neutral collision-dominated plasma of dense gases. Monte Carlo calculations

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3 Author(s)
K. I. Bakhov ; Russian Federal Nucl. Centre, Sarov, Russia ; L. P. Babich ; I. M. Kutsyk

Electron runaway rates, and runaway delay time, runaway threshold energies were obtained from Monte Carlo (MC) simulations in the field domains 35-400 kV/cm and 240-400 kV/cm, respectively, for helium and nitrogen at 1 atm. MC simulations disprove all available analytical theories that ignore angular scattering of electrons, with the sole exception of Gurevich's theory for helium, in which angular scattering is relatively weak

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 4 )