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Cooperative Effects in Plasmas

  • B. B. Kadomtsev
Part of the Reviews of Plasma Physics book series (ROPP, volume 22)

Abstract

The term “plasma” was proposed by Langmuir for a mixture of electrons and positively charged ions to indicate its unusual physical properties. Plasma exists in such circumstances when a gas can be ionized. A very small quantity of ions exist even in a candle flame. But to be considered a plasma the density of the charged gas component must be not too small.

Keywords

Phase Velocity Wave Packet Cooperative Effect Vries Equation Langmuir Wave 
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