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source of rectangular breakdown power formula

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Hello, I have a regular waveguide with regular room pressure no special gas in it.
Is there some book or manual where i cood calculate the breakdown power to it?
I have found the formula bellow,but its without a reference.
taken from a calculator.
Is there some book or manual where i could see this formula in it?

Thanks.
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Mathei, Young, and Jones have a chapter on high power waveguide arc-over.
you have to also factor in how "sharp" the machined edges are, as they can concentrate the E-field leading to arcing at an unexpectedly low voltage
 

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