Sources of plasma physics [by] H.S. Green and R.B. Leipnik.
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Published by Wolters-Noordhoff in Groningen .
Written in English


  • Plasma (Ionized gases) -- Collected works

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ContributionsLeipnik, R. B.,
LC ClassificationsQC717.6 G74
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Open LibraryOL18233932M

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