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I am not a plasma physicist or a particle physicist (I'm in condensed matter) but 100 keV is equivalent to about 1.16 billion Kelvin.
(1e5 eV) x (1.6e-19 J/eV) / (1.38e-23 J/K) = 1.16e9 K
It seems the summary is correct.