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Low Frequency Electromagnetic Waves Observation During Magnetotail Reconnection Event

By X. H. Wei, J. B. Cao and G. C. Zhou

Submitted: October 18th 2010Reviewed: March 23rd 2011Published: July 5th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/16994

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X. H. Wei, J. B. Cao and G. C. Zhou (July 5th 2011). Low Frequency Electromagnetic Waves Observation During Magnetotail Reconnection Event, Behaviour of Electromagnetic Waves in Different Media and Structures, Ali Akdagli, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/16994. Available from:

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