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. Since the Taylor microscale Reynolds number R-lambda is approximately constant (similar or equal to450) along the jet axis, the structure functions and spectra also collapse approximately when the normalization uses either the Kolmogorov or integral length scales. Over the dissipative range, the best collapse occurs when Kolmogorov variables are used. The use ofand the integral length scale L provides the best collapse at large separations. A measure of the quality of collapse is given. (C) 2005 American Institute of Physics.