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Plasma Echo and Spin Echo Holophones

Abstract

A collisionless plasma, or an assembly of nuclear or electron spins in a magnetic field, can function as a holophone which can record a temporal sequence of electrical signals and subsequently play them back when supplied with a cue sequence, consisting of a small part of the recorded sequence.

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