TITLE

Propagation of broadband terahertz pulses through a dense-magnetized-collisional-bounded plasma layer

AUTHOR(S)
Yuan, Chengxun; Zhou, Zhongxiang; Xiang, Xiaoli; Sun, Hongguo; Pu, Shaozhi
PUB. DATE
November 2010
SOURCE
Physics of Plasmas;Nov2010, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p113304
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The terahertz characteristics of a dense-magnetized-collisional-bounded plasma under normal incident are analyzed in this study, which is of practical significance in plasma diagnostics with electromagnetic waves. We theoretically calculate the reflection, absorption, and transmission coefficients for right- and left-handed polarized terahertz waves through a uniform, magnetized, and collisional plasma slab bounded by lossless transparent walls. The power absorption spectra in the frequency range of 0.1-2 THz are given with strong external magnetic fields and different plasma parameters such as plasma density and collisional frequency. Our numerical result is consistent with Jamison's experimental result. It is found that plasma absorption is mainly caused by the collisional absorption and electron cyclotron resonance. Furthermore, the absorption heavily depends on the polarization mode of the terahertz waves when the external magnetic field B is high enough that the election gyrofrequency is near the incident wave frequency. The relationships between the corresponding parameters of the problem are studied numerically.
ACCESSION #
55509454

 

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