Theoretical Plasma Physics
by Allan N. Kaufman, Bruce I. Cohen
Publisher: arXiv.org 2019
Number of pages: 264
The series of lectures are divided into four major parts: (1) collisionless Vlasov plasmas; (2) nonlinear Vlasov plasmas and miscellaneous topics; (3) plasma collisional and discreteness phenomena; (4) nonuniform plasmas.
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