Plasma kinetic theory

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Abstract

Plasma kinetic theory is based on the Atomic Hypothesis as well as two branches of physics with different definitions of the concept of force: Gas dynamics (pressure on impact forces) and Electromagnetism (action at distance forces). A brief historical background of the above branches is given and the average force exerted on a test particle of the plasma is calculated in 1, 2 and 3 dimensions both for pressure on impact and action at distance models.

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Weyssow, B. (2012). Plasma kinetic theory. In Fusion Science and Technology (Vol. 61, pp. 69–85). American Nuclear Society. https://doi.org/10.13182/FST12-A13494

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