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Spitzer L.Jr. — Physics of Fully Ionized Gases Interscience Tracts on Physics and Astronomy No. 3
Spitzer L.Jr. — Physics of Fully Ionized Gases Interscience Tracts on Physics and Astronomy No. 3

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Название: Physics of Fully Ionized Gases Interscience Tracts on Physics and Astronomy No. 3

Автор: Spitzer L.Jr.

Аннотация:

The book is designed for those who have had an introductory course in theoretical physics, but are otherwise unacquainted with the detailed kinetic theory of gases. For example, a knowledge of Maxwell's equations is assumed, and likewise a familiarity with the elements of vector analysis, such as is provided in the introductory chapter of Page's Introduction to Theoretical Physics. The bibliography is by no means complete, but it includes some of the basic papers in each area. It is hopod those who may work in the general field of fully ionized gases will find the references a useful introduction to a new and rapidly growing area of physics.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1956

Количество страниц: 111

Добавлена в каталог: 12.05.2013

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Absorption of light in free-free transitions      89
Acceleration of particles      12—14
Acoustic waves      61—62
Alfven wave      55—57 58
Alfven, H.      1 9 12 14 36 55 57
Ampere’s Law      42
Astroem, E.      58
Attenuation distance      50 51 52
Bates, D.      92
Bennett, W.      42
Bethe, H.      89
Blackman, M.      42
Bohm, D.      41 60 72
Bohr, N.      27
Boltzmann equation      18 32 94
Bremsstrahlung      89—90
Brown, S.C.      60
Burbop, E.H.S.      92
Burkhardt, G.      90
Capture of electron by nucleus      90—91
Chandrasekhar, S.      68 71 73 74 78
Chapman, S.      83 87 94
circular polarization      52 54
Cohen, R.S.      72 83
Collision frequency      see also "Deflection time"
Collision frequency, ratio to cyclotron frequency      15 33 85
Collision frequency, relation to resistivity      32 82
Collisional ionization      92
Compression, one or two-dimensional      13 19 22 59 79
Compton shift      89
Continuity, equation of      22 96
Cosmic rays      12
Cousins, S.W.      45
Cowling, T.G.      29 30 56 83 94
Cyclotron frequency      2
Cyclotron frequency, ratio to angular frequency      30 55 57
Cyclotron frequency, ratio to collision frequency      15 33 85
de Hoffmann, F.      57
Debye shielding distance      17 62 72
Decay of magnetic field      37—38
Deflection time      76
Degrees of freedom      13
Diamagnetism of a plasma      25
dielectric constant      35 54 56 57
Diffraction of electrons      73
Diffusion coefficients      68—76
Diffusion transverse to B      see also "Drift motion"
Diffusion transverse to B, Bohm diffusion formula      41
dispersion relation      50 53 55 56 57 59
Distant encounters      66—68
Dominant terms      74
Doppler effect      89
Drift motion      3—7
Drift motion, effect on electric current      33—34
Drift motion, relation to macroscopic velocity      25—29
Drift motion, transverse to strong magnetic field      38—41
Dynamical friction      71 76
Electric current      20 31—35
Electric current, electrostatic field produced by      31 45
Electric field, motion in      3
Electrical neutrality      16—18
Electromagnetic waves      48 50—55
Electron charge      1
Electron oscillations      58—60
Electrostatic waves      48 58—64
Electrostatic waves, electron oscillations      58—60
Electrostatic waves, positive-ion oscillations      61—64
Elwert, G.      90
Encounters between charged particles      65—92
Energy-exchange time      77
Equations of motion, macroscopic      21 96—97
Equations of motion, single-particle      1—3
Equipartition time      80
Extraordinary wave      53
Fermi, E.      12 14
Field particle      68
Free-free transitions      89—90
Gabor, L.      60
Gordeev, G.V.      60
Gravitational field, equilibrium in      23
Gravitational field, motion in      5—6
Gross, E.P.      60
Guiding center      3 25
Guiding center, motion during collision      39—40
Haerm, R.      83 85 88
Hall current      33—34
Heitler, W.      88
Helical motion      2
Hellwig, G.      9 10
Herlofson, N.      58
Hernqvist, K.G.      63
Hydromagnetic waves      48 55—58
Hydromagnetic waves, longitudinal waves      57
Hydrostatic equilibrium      23
Identical particles, collision between      39
Impact parameter      66 68
Inhomogeneous magnetic field, motion in      6—7
Instability of self-pinched plasma      45
Jeans, J.H.      98
Kruskal, M.D.      45
Landau, L.      59 63
Landshoff, R.      83
Langmuir, I.      17 18 59
Liouville's theorem      94
Looney, D.H.      60
Lorentz gas      83 84 87
Lundquist, S.      58
Macroscopic equations      18—23 95—97
Macroscopic equations, approximate solution of      30
Macroscopic equations, solutions for specific problems      31—45
Macroscopic equations, solutions for wave motions      47—64
Macroscopic equations, steady-state solutions of      23—25
Macroscopic quantities      18 20 95
Magnetic flux, change of      36
Magnetic mirror      11 12
magnetic moment      7—11 13 14 57
Magnetic pressure      25
Marshak, R.      73
Massey, H.S.W.      92
Maxwell — Boltzmann velocity distribution      70 81 84
Maxwell's equations      22
Mean free path      78
Mitra, S.K.      55
Motion of material across lines of force      36—41
Navier — Stokes equation      20
Newcomb, W.      36
Ohm's law      21 24 31 32 42 82
Orbital plane      66
Ordinary wave      53
Oscillations in a plasma      47—64
Oscillations in a plasma, effect on diffusion across magnetic field      41
Particle drifts      3—7
Penning, P.M.      60
Perturbation analysis      45
phase velocity      49
Pinch effect      41—45
Pines, D.      72
plasma      17
Plasma frequency      50 59 60
Plasma, ideal plasma      30
Plasma, instability of self-pinched plasma      45
Plasma, measured electron recombination in      92
Plasma, observed electron oscillations in      60
Plasma, penetration of wave into      51—52
Plasma, types of waves in      48
Poisson's law      16 22
Polarization of an ionized gas      35
Positive-ion oscillations      61—64
Radiation, electromagnetic      88—91
radiative recombination      91—92
Radius of gyration      2 4 85
Reduced mass      67
Reflection coefficient for particles reaching magnetic mirror      11
Reflection coefficient for radiation incident on interface      49
Relaxation times      76—81
Resistivity, electrical      15 21 31 38 42 51 81—86
Routly, P.McR.      72 83
Rowing-down time      79
Scalar pressure      19 20 see one
Scattering of light by electrons      88—89
Schlueter, A.      20 25 32
Schwarzschild, M.      45
Self-collision time      78
Shearing stresses      20
Sheath      17
Shock waves      57
Skin effect      51—52
Spitzer, L.      25 44 72 80 83 86 88
Steady-state solutions      23—25
Stress tensor      18 97
Stress tensor, approximate expressions for      19—20
Teller, K.      57
Test particle      68
thermal conductivity      86—88
Thermoelectric coefficients      87
Tonks, L.      18 59
Transfer equations      18 98
Units, electrical      1
Unsoeld, A.      90
van de Hulst, H.C.      58
van Leeuwen      27
Velocity distribution      59—60 70 94
Velocity distribution, Maxwell — Boltzmann distribution      70 81 84
Ware, A.A.      45
Wave equation      47
Waves in a plasma      47—64
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