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Emission of High Energy during Super-Compressibility of Supersonic Jets

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New source of light emission of high energy is found due to arising of instability in supersonic jets. These phenomena are observed in gas jets flowing from the nozzle with a central cone. It leads to high accelerations of the molecules, ions and elementary particles. The emission spectra of the jets are obtained. Decoding of the spectra allowed us to define inverted population of rotational and vibrational levels, electrons temperature, rotational and vibrational temperatures for molecular ions. Internal energy decreasing provides the instability and gas volume decreasing due to internal forces; super-compressibility is result of it; its produce high density of light energy emission in various continuous media.

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K. Khasanov, "Emission of High Energy during Super-Compressibility of Supersonic Jets," Open Journal of Fluid Dynamics, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2012, pp. 172-179. doi: 10.4236/ojfd.2012.24018.

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