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Avalanches: Theory, Experiment, and their Contradictions pp. 341-354 $100.00
Authors:  (A.V. Shelobolin, P. N. Lebedev Physical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)
The methodical aspects of an avalanche mechanism of the electrical breakdown of gases (EGB) are discussed. An avalanche theory and its contradictions with the experiment are considered. Basing on a nonlinear plasma-waveguide model the mechanisms are considered, which may help to overcome the contradictions. The experiments that are advisable to be performed at a modern stage of research are described. 

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Avalanches: Theory, Experiment, and their Contradictions pp. 341-354