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Paper: What Do Scintillations Tell Us about the Ionized ISM?
Volume: 365, SINS — Small Ionized and Neutral Structures in the Diffuse Interstellar Medium
Page: 207
Authors: Rickett, B.J.
Abstract: I review what has been learned about the fine structure in the ionized interstellar medium from radio scintillation and scattering first, as it constrains the wavenumber spectrum of the electron density and second in terms of evidence from parabolic scintillation arcs for discrete structures on scales less than about 1 AU, which must be very widely distributed to account for the incidence of discrete parabolic arcs and Extreme Scattering Events.
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