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To deliver 5 ns rise time pulses the Marx generator is often built into a coaxial wave guide. The spark gaps are placed as close as possible together for maximum UV light exchange for minimum jitter. DC HV comes from underneath, pulsed HV leaves at the top into the coaxial line. The double line of spheres in the middle are the spark gaps, all other spheres are to avoid corona discharge. Blue=water capacitor. Grey= solid metal. Black= thin wire.

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Source Review of Scientific Instruments: Volume page, 76 104703, 65 259, 64 839, 62 2923, 58 696, 52 273
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