Plasma physics and astrophysics
Part of the Advances in Solid State Physics book series (ASSP, volume 11)
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Wir veranschaulichen die Bedeutung des astrophysischen Plasmas mit einer Besprechung einiger astrophysischen Probleme.
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- We have not referred to literature in the body of the text, as we have only given a bird's eye view of the field. For those readers who want to study the field any further we give here a—highly prejudiced and personal—selected list. General coverage can be found in: Plasma Astrophysics (Ed. P. A. Sturrock), Academic Press 1967.Google Scholar
- Transactions of the International Astronomical Union, Vol. XIV A, Reports on Astronomy, Report by Commission 43 (Plasmas and Magnetohydrodynamics in Astrophysics).Google Scholar
- H. Alfvén and C-G. Fälthammer, Cosmical Electrodynamics, Oxford University Press, 1963. For solar and planetary phenomena we refer to: V. V. Zheleznyakov, Radio Emission of the Sun and Planets, Pergamon, 1970. For cosmic rays we refer toGoogle Scholar
- V. L. Ginzburg and S. I. Syrovatskii, The Origin of Cosmic Rays, Pergamon, 1964. For pulsars we refer toGoogle Scholar
- We finally refer to the following books and review articles which we have found useful: Oscillations in a Plasma, Pergamon, 1967.Google Scholar
- V. L. Ginzburg, The Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves in Plasma, Pergamon, 1970.Google Scholar
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