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INVITATION TO “1000 T SCIENCE”

Yasuhiro H. Matsuda, IMGSL-ISSP Kashiwa, University of Tokyo. 40 years ago, Prof. Chikazumi launched a project to realize extremely high magnetic fields by using electromagnetic flux compression (EMFC) at ISSP, and the project was [...]

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