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Multiple filamentation observed for 1 TW ultraviolet laser pulses in atmospheric air is favorable for creating a hollow core sliding-mode plasma-filament waveguide intended for a long-distance directed transfer of microwave radiation. For details, see Zvorykin et al., pp. I31–I40.
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