3 edition of Physics of nonmagnetic relativistic thermal plasmas found in the catalog.
Physics of nonmagnetic relativistic thermal plasmas
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md
Written in English
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Gould, Chairman A detailed treatment of the kinematics of relativistic systems of particles and. Physics of nonmagnetic relativistic thermal plasmas Thesis/Dissertation Dermer, C D A detailed treatment of the kinematics of relativistic systems of particles and photons is presented. This will interest specialists of various fields, especially the (classical and quantum) plasma physics.
However, quantum physics — to which a major part is devoted — will be of more interest since, not only it applies to quantum plasma physics, but also to nuclear matter and to strong magnetic field, cosmology, etc. The dispersion relation of longitudinal electrostatic waves in unmagnetized isotropic thermal plasmas is investigated in the collisionless limit using fully relativistic kinetic plasma theory.
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