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A linear model for attenuation of waves is presented, with Q, or the portion of energy lost during each cycle or wavelength, exactly independent of frequency. The wave propagation is completely specified by two parameters, e.g., Q and Co, a phase velocity at an arbitrary reference frequency w0. A simple exact derivation leads to an expression for the phase(More)
The energy deposition of ions in dense plasmas is a key process in inertial confinement fusion that determines the α-particle heating expected to trigger a burn wave in the hydrogen pellet and resulting in high thermonuclear gain. However, measurements of ion stopping in plasmas are scarce and mostly restricted to high ion velocities where theory agrees(More)
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