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|Title:||Effect of Ion Collisions on Interaction of Longitudinal Electromagnetic Waves with Half-space Plasma|
|Authors:||Singh, R K|
Phalswal, D R
|Abstract:||The expressions for fields and penetration depth are derived and discussed for half-space (z > 0), filled with homogeneous, collisional and warm plasma. It is observed that the penetration depth δ/δe, (in the unit of electron penetration depth) remains constant in the vicinity of unity at low ion density (ωpi/ωpe =0.005), whereas for lower ion thermal velocity, the penetration depth increases and the wave gets highly reflected at higher ion thermal velocity. The penetration depth decreases for higher ion collision frequency and ion density.|
|ISSN:||0975-105X (Online); 0367-8393 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJRSP Vol.12(5) [October 1983]|
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