High Energy Release - The latter (high density atomic cluster medium) is required for applications where a high density of clusters is needed to produce a high energy-density plasma, or where macroscopic effects are essential to the process. [TD69.pdf, page 311] Interactions with dense cluster media are more straightforward. The laser is focused a few nozzle diameters beneath the nozzle of the gas jet, where the density of clusters can be as high as 5 X 10

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^{16}cm^{-3}. [TD69.pdf, page 312]See Also

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