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Ion energy distributions in SF6 plasmas at a radio‐frequency

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detachment and decomposition rates of SF6, SF5, and F in

Measured cross sections for prompt collisional detachment and decomposition of SF− 6, SF− 5, and F− in SF6 reported in the preceding companion

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A parameter study of streamer propagation in SF6

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Differences of SF6 Byproducts in Simulated Electric Equipment

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Near critical measurements of HmEandVmE for { xCO2+ (1 x)SF6}

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Differences of SF6 Byproducts in Simulated Electric Equipment

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