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Geometrical description of non-linear electrostatic oscillations in relativistic thermal plasmas.

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Geometrical description of non-linear electrostatic oscillations in relativistic thermal plasmas. / Burton, David A.; Noble, Adam.

In: arxiv.org, 07.2008.

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@article{81e31a29bdc94cb8b19c65d739a5cd4b,
title = "Geometrical description of non-linear electrostatic oscillations in relativistic thermal plasmas.",
abstract = "We develop a method for investigating the relationship between the shape of a 1-particle distribution and non-linear electrostatic oscillations in a collisionless plasma, incorporating transverse thermal motion. A general expression is found for the maximum sustainable electric field, and is evaluated for a particular highly anisotropic distribution.",
author = "Burton, {David A.} and Adam Noble",
year = "2008",
month = jul,
language = "English",
journal = "arxiv.org",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Geometrical description of non-linear electrostatic oscillations in relativistic thermal plasmas.

AU - Burton, David A.

AU - Noble, Adam

PY - 2008/7

Y1 - 2008/7

N2 - We develop a method for investigating the relationship between the shape of a 1-particle distribution and non-linear electrostatic oscillations in a collisionless plasma, incorporating transverse thermal motion. A general expression is found for the maximum sustainable electric field, and is evaluated for a particular highly anisotropic distribution.

AB - We develop a method for investigating the relationship between the shape of a 1-particle distribution and non-linear electrostatic oscillations in a collisionless plasma, incorporating transverse thermal motion. A general expression is found for the maximum sustainable electric field, and is evaluated for a particular highly anisotropic distribution.

M3 - Journal article

JO - arxiv.org

JF - arxiv.org

ER -