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Measurement of current pulses due to discharges in a gaseous cavity in solid dielectric

Measurement of current pulses due to discharges in a gaseous cavity in solid dielectric

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Initial current pulses, as measured with a sampling oscilloscope, rise to their peak value in a time ≲ 2ns. After repeated discharges, the current pulses greatly decrease in magnitude, but increase in duration; on resting, the magnitude tends to rise to its former value, but the longer duration persists.

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