**Quantum Plasmdynamics**

by Donald B. Melrose

**Publisher**: Springer 2008**ISBN/ASIN**: 0387739025**Number of pages**: 464

**Description**:

Contents: Response 4-tensors; Covariant theory of wave dispersion; Particle and wave subsystems; Dispersion in relativistic plasmas; Classical plasmadynamics; Quantum field theory; QPD processes; Responses of a quantum plasma; Isotropic quantum plasmas; Spin, MMR and neutrino plasma; Magnetized Plasmas; Dispersion in magnetized plasmas; Gyromagnetic processes; Pulsar radio emission; Magnetized Dirac Electron; Response of Magnetized Systems; QPD Processes in a Magnetic Field; Exotic Quantum Plasmas.

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