On the double-plane plasma lensing

@inproceedings{Er2021OnTD,
  title={On the double-plane plasma lensing},
  author={Xinzhong Er and Jenny Wagner and Shude Mao},
  year={2021}
}
Plasma lensing is the refraction of low-frequency electromagnetic rays due to cold free electrons in the universe. For sources at a cosmological distance, there is observational evidence of elongated, complex plasma structures along the line of sight requiring a multi-lens-plane description. To investigate the limits of single-plane plasma lensing, we set up a double-plane lens with a projected Gaussian electron density in each lens plane. We compare double-plane scenarios with corresponding… 

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