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Waves and interactions in solid state plasmas [by] P.M. Platzman [and] P.A. Wolff.

P.M Platzman

Waves and interactions in solid state plasmas [by] P.M. Platzman [and] P.A. Wolff.

by P.M Platzman

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plasma (Ionized gases),
  • Plasma dynamics,
  • Plasma waves

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSolid state physics -- 13
    ContributionsWolff, P. A.,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC718 P54
    The Physical Object
    Pagination304p.
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18496715M

      Platzman P M and Wolff P A Waves and Interactions in Solid State Plasmas (New York: Academic) Google Scholar Eisenberger P and Platzman P M Phys. Rev. Plasma, in physics, an electrically conducting medium in which there are roughly equal numbers of positively and negatively charged particles, produced when the atoms in a gas become ionized. It is sometimes referred to as the fourth state of matter, distinct from the solid, liquid, and gaseous states.. The negative charge is usually carried by electrons, each of which has one unit of negative.

    Home > Vol. 19 > pp. Modal Expansions and Orthogonal Complements in the Theory of Complex Media Waveguide Excitation by External Sources for . P. M. Platzman and P. A. Wolff, Waves and Interactions in Solid State Plasmas, Academic Press, New York, Przybli Ŝenie quasi-lokalne k – małe w porównaniu z k F (wektor falowy na poziomie Fermiego) k – du Ŝe w porównaniu ω/c Im k2 /(k ˆ k) d d d ∝ ⋅ ⋅ Ω ε ω.

    Wave Interactions in Solid State Plasmas Hardcover – January 1, by and Bayram Vural Steele, Martin C. (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Import Author: and Bayram Vural Steele, Martin C. Wave plasma interactions represent an ideal area for mutually beneficial collaborations between the inertial and magnetic fusion communities. The non-linear behavior of intense electromagnetic waves, the saturation mechanisms for unstable plasma waves, linear and non-linear wave-particle interactions, and relativistic plasma phenomena are clearly.


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Waves and interactions in solid state plasmas [by] P.M. Platzman [and] P.A. Wolff by P.M Platzman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Waves and interactions in solid state plasmas. [P M Platzman; P A Wolff]. Semiconductors contain a wide variety of electronic excitations, and many of them can be studied by Raman scattering techniques. They form the subject of this article.

Excluded is the class of Cited by:   Solid State Communications, Vol. 31, pp. Pergamon Press Ltd. Printed in Great Britain. ROTARY ACTIVITY OF SHEAR WAVES UNDER HELICON-PHONON INTERACTION K.S.

Viswanathan Department of Physics, University of Kerala, Kariavattom, Trivand India (Received 29 January by A.R. Verma) It is predicted that rotary activity of the shear waves can Cited by: 1. Genre/Form: Plasmaeigenschaft Plasmaeigenschaften: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Steele, Martin C.

(Martin Carl), Wave interactions in solid state plasmas. Review articles on this subject: Theoretical work: P.M. Platzman, P.A. Wolff: “Waves and Interactions in Solid State Plasmas”, in Solid State Physics, Suppl. 13. The nonlinear theory of the isothermal ion-acoustic waves is developed and employed to obtain and to analyze the exact solution of the original equations.

The analysis is based on the method of the Bernoulli pseudopotential. The ranges of the phase velocities of the periodic ion-acoustic waves and the soliton velocities are determined. One of the possible ground states of a Fermi liquid is the state with spontaneously broken parity in which the degeneracy with respect to fermion heli.

1. Ogataand K. Nakajima, Laser Part. Be ().Google Scholar Crossref; 2. Platzman and P. Wolff, Waves and Interaction in Solid State Plasmas. The SRSV ground state can occur as a result of the same p-wave attraction of electrons that gives p-state super- conductivity [2].

In terms of Fermi-liquid theory p- wave attraction corresponds to ~ i interaction must be strong enough to provide the inequality 1 ~~~vh.

The two effects combine to yield a threshold pumping level for stimulated plasma wave emission in the 10– kW/cm 2 range. P.M. Platzman and P.A. Wolff: Waves and Interactions in Solid State Plasmas, (Academic Press, N.Y. ), S.J. Miyake and N. Hashitsume in Solid State Physics (Academic Press, New York, ), Vol.

Google. Abstract. We dedicate this paper to the memory of Victor Pavlovich Silin. The paper contains a modern formulation of the principles and main results of the quantum theory of spin waves in a conduction electron system in a crystal that does not have spontaneous spin ordering.

P. Platzman and P. Wolff, in Waves in Interactions in Solid State Plasmas, FIGURE 1 Sol. State Phys., Suppl. 13 (Academic Plot of Im{1/E(q/w)} as a function of the normalized wave vector q and frequency w of the Press, New York, ).

collective modes. A solid-state plasma is broadly defined to describe any collection of mobile charge carriers in a solid. 9 9. Platzman and P. Wolff, Waves and Interactions in Solid State Plasmas (Academic Press, New York, ). Such plasmas occur in. H. Ehrenreich, F. Seitz, D. Turnbull (Eds.), Waves and Interactions in Solid State Plasmas, Supplement 13 - Solid State Physics, Academic Press, New York () Google Scholar Supported in part by the National Science Foundation Grant No.

DMR In book: Recent Progress in Many-Body Theories, pp Waves and Interactions in Solid State Plasmas. P P M A Platzman; Wolff; Theory of electron-hole liquids in two dimensions.

Article. P M Platzman; P A Wolff; P. Platzman and P. Wolff, Waves and Interactions in Solid State Plasmas (Academic Press, New York, ). and it contains information on energies of excited. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Platzman and P. Wolff, Waves and Interactions in Solid State Plasmas, Solid State Physics, Supplement 13 (Academic Press, New York, ). Jan   Formulae for describing the photoabsorption and the photon scattering by a plasma or a liquid metal are derived in a unified manner.

It is shown how the nuclear motion, the free-e. A linac is proposed in which a laser first excites plasmons along the inner surface of a metallic acceleration tube. The potential of the plasmon oscillation then accelerates electron beams.

This t. High‐energy electrons emit resonant electromagnetic radiation when passing through a spatially periodic medium. It is conventionally assumed that ultrarelativistic electron beams are required to obtain significant emission. We demonstrate theoretically the feasibility of exploiting solid‐state superlattices with short spatial periods to obtain both spontaneous and stimulated emission in.We theoretically explore the electromagnetic modes specific to a topological insulator superlattice in which topological and conventional insulator thin films are stacked periodically.

In particular, we obtain analytic formulas for low energy mode that corresponds to a helicon wave, as well as those for photonic bands.

We illustrate that the system can be modeled as a stack of quantum Hall.The dynamic Hartree-Fock theory with point-like interaction is used to calculate the speed of sound and damping factor of a zero-sound wave propagating in a degenerate Fermi gas.

This wave propagates slower than Fermi velocity. P. M. Platzman, P. A. Wolff, Waves and interactions in solid state plasmas (Academic Press, New York, ).