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Old May 4th 2017, 08:30 AM   #1
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Plasma Spectroscopy


I recently started working on MPD Thrusters. During a recent experiment, spectral images (uncalibrated) were obtained.

The thruster is made of copper and the propellant is argon. These two elements will be the source of emission spectral lines.

I need help to interpret them. I have attached spectrums and profiles

Thank you
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