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|Title:||Microwave, X-ray Emission & SID Associated with 13 May 1981 Solar Flare|
Bondal, K R
|Abstract:||Correlated optical, microwave, X-ray observations and the resulting SID effect have been analyzed for the double ribbon solar flare of class 3B observed on 13 May 1981. X-ray flux in the 0.5-4 Å and 1-8 Å bands has been estimated using the observed SPA data of 16kHz VIF signals. The radio source responsible for the emission of microwave bursts seems to consist of two components, i.e. thermal and non-thermal components generating two distinct features in the time profiles of the observed radio bursts. The values of magnetic field perpendicular to electron velocity have been estimated as H ~ 380 gauss, electron energy as E~ 1.4 MeV and the angular size of microwave bursts source as j ~ 30 arc sec.|
|ISSN:||0975-105X (Online); 0367-8393 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJRSP Vol.12(6) [December 1983]|
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