Introduction to Plasma Physics
by Michael Gedalin
Publisher: Ben-Gurion University 2006
Number of pages: 75
Contents: Basic definitions and parameters; Plasma description; MHD equilibria and waves; MHD discontinuities; Waves in dispersive media; Waves in two-fluid hydrodynamics; Kinetic theory; Micro-instabilities; Nonlinear phenomena; Plasma parameters.
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