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    I realize x-rays travel at c, of course, I was just referring to the experiments where c was changed using thick gases. Just think of far out ways to reduce the xray cooling effect.

    On another note, what kinds of simple plasma experiments would benefit DPF understanding? Do they all have to be expensive experiments done at high temperatures?

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    The way to reduce the x-ray cooling effect is to suppress x-ray emission before it happens, by suppressing transfer of energy from ions to electrons; which is what the gigagauss magnetic fields do.

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