Does the shock wave in a highly ionized non-isothermal plasma really exist?

@article{Rukhadze2015DoesTS,
  title={Does the shock wave in a highly ionized non-isothermal plasma really exist?},
  author={A. A. Rukhadze and Saltanat Sadykova and T. G. Samkharadze},
  journal={Journal of Applied Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={118},
  pages={103305}
}
Here, we study the structure of a highly ionizing shock wave in a gas of high atmospheric pressure. We take into account the gas ionization when the gas temperature reaches few orders above ionization potential. It is shown that after gasdynamic temperature-raising shock and formation of a highly-ionized nonisothermal collisionless plasma Te≫Ti, only the solitary ion-sound wave (soliton) can propagate in this plasma. In such a wave, the charge separation occurs: electrons and ions form the… 

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