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By Ferdinand F. Cap

Guide on Plasma Instabilities, quantity 2 contains 4 chapters on plasma instabilities.
Chapter 14 discusses some of the features of microinstabilities. Beam-plasma structures are lined in bankruptcy 15, whereas a number of the stabilization equipment are offered in bankruptcy sixteen. This booklet concludes with deliberations on parametric results in bankruptcy 17.
Other themes mentioned contain the microinstabilities of a homogeneous unmagnetized plasma; kinetic conception of macroscopic instabilities; uncomplicated beam physics; and beam-plasma instabilities. The magnetic box configuration stabilization; macroscopic nonmagnetic stabilization tools; parametric instabilities in homogeneous unmagnetized plasmas; and parametric results in bounded and inhomogeneous plasmas also are elaborated during this textual content.
This booklet is useful to scholars and researchers accomplishing paintings on risky plasma.

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20) we then have ea,a:sin2e + + e22cos20 = 0. 194), pp 231 and 234. For long wavelengths kcpfo « ΩΕ or rL < λ (small Larmor radius, see p 233), -ehe argument kxcx/Q,E of the Bessel function is small. For exact parallel propagation 485 PLASMA INSTABILITIES (θ = 0/ kx = kI = 0 ) , the argument is zero. So we have for long wavelengths ^ethE <<: ω^ o r f o r P a r a l " lei propagation J n (0) = 0 for n > 0, see p 234. ö|. - ω - Ω„> de For 5Ό0 = 0 or θ = 0 one comes back t o ( 9 . i) ? 9) it is easy to see that the necessary and sufficient stability condition for /0(£||) is that Ψ (OH) have a minimum.

2 are modified. 4. 8. 67/. These electrostatic (longitudinal) modes are however not influenced by the magnetic field Bo, if they propagate in the direction parallel to ~ÈQ, see p 196. If they do not propagate exactly in the direction of B0, one has a coupling between the longitudinal and transverse waves. 17/. For the electrostatic approximation (2 + «>) the coupling goes to zero, but the electrostatic modes are still modified, see p 197 (volume 1 ) . 11) or that of Kahn for electromagnetic modes, see p 480.

T results in instability. ^ " The results obtained so far may be specified as follows. e. an Alfvên wave (Alfvèn wave . 90)/ see p 197. 101)f which means a whistler or helicon (whistler instability, helicon instability). 68) or Pn = LJ™ \fJ Cuàc, s } os 11 Ml s J the dispersion relation ω 2 ' k 2 = °A f—2 (P\ "Pll 2 p . 85) P A 1+^/δ2\ P^ / see p 214. We see that a hydromagnetic instability (fire-hose instability, garden-hose hose-instability) occurs, if P H - ρλ > QCA. 86) Let us say some words regarding this family of instabilities.

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