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65). LD, linear discharge source of runaway electron beam; P, plasma injector; S, solenoidal field coils; M, mirror field coils; AB, region in which beam attenuation is measured. Firsttheinjector (2) is fired, and then electron beam source (1). The electric field in (1) exceeds the Dreicer runaway limit, so at a plasma density of 2 x 1013crn-’, 80% of the discharge energy of (1) and almost the entire current (10 to 15 kA)appears in runaway electrons. 5) between the injector (2) and the linear discharge (1).
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