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Cold plasma dispersion surfaces

  • M. E. Oakes (a1), R. B. Michie (a1), K. H. Tsui (a1) and J. E. Copeland (a2)

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Three-dimensional plots of dispersion in a cold anisotropic plasma are presented. The ω(κ, θ) surfaces provide a clear picture of the behaviour of cold plasma waves as the direction of propagation is varied. The group velocity (dω/dκ) has a simple geometrical interpretation on the surfaces.

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Cold plasma dispersion surfaces

  • M. E. Oakes (a1), R. B. Michie (a1), K. H. Tsui (a1) and J. E. Copeland (a2)

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