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Plasma Physics of Extreme Astrophysical Environments

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Plasma Physics of Extreme Astrophysical Environments
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 56

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In this review, after describing the extreme astrophysical systems of interest and identifying the key relevant plasma-physical problems, we survey the recent progress in the development of QED-based relativistic quantum plasma physics theory.

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