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Production of Coronal Mass Ejections in Relation With Complex Solar Radio Burst Type III Correlated With Single Solar Radio Burst Type III

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The complex solar radio burst type III is very related to generation of Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs). In a previous study, they deduced that the burst was produced by electron beams accelerated in blast wave shocks and injected along open magnetic field lines, similar to the herringbone bursts at metric wavelengths. Usually, if there is another solar flare recorded during complex solar radio burst type III it should be type II burst. Different for this event, the single solar radio burst recorded occur 8 minutes 30 seconds before the complex solar radio burst type III. The Coronal Mass Ejections also recorded occurred 7 hours before the single and complex solar radio burst type III. It is noted that CMEs occurred several hours before this event recorded by the SOHO websites.It is proved that the production of coronal mass ejection contributed to the production of complex solar radio burst type III.
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