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Frequency spectra of turbulent plasma in magnetopause due to Fredricks et at. (91). time resolution corresponds to 4 Debye lengths in spacecraft motion, or 20 Debye lengths in shock motion. The spectrum is discrete-beginning with a few frequencies with frequent splitting of single peaks into two or more peaks. They appear to be electrostatic waves excited by the diamagnetic current within the shock. Proton thermalization is found always to occur after a region of strong " turbulence " as defined by strong excitation of the electrostatic fluctuation spectrum.