# Charge shielding in magnetized plasmas

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- High frequency instability of a magnetized spherical electron sheath. Stenzel, R. L. // Physics of Plasmas;Jun2010, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p062109
A positively biased spherical electrode in a magnetized plasma exhibits a ring of energetic electrons in the equatorial plane where the sheath electric field is normal to the magnetic field. High frequency waves are excited which propagate with the average EÃ—B drift and form toroidal...

- Diffusion and drift of a blob of partially ionized plasma in a magnetic field. Rozhansky, V.; Senichenkov, I.; Veselova, I. // Physics of Plasmas;May2007, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p052309
Considered is the three-dimensional expansion and drift of a partially ionized plasma blob in a magnetic field. The pressure and density of neutrals are assumed to be strongly inhomogeneous functions of coordinates. It is shown that when the magnetic field pressure is much stronger than the net...

- Line Shapes in the Magnetized Plasmas. Touati-Ahmed, Kamel; Meftah, Mohammed-Tayeb // Journal of Modern Physics (21531196);Sep2012, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p943
Till now, the most studies of Lyman alpha line are concerned only by the Stark effect. In our knowledge few investigations are developed for the plasmas subjected to a magnetic field. In this paper we present the combined effect, Stark- Zeeman, on the spectral line shape. The dynamic effects due...

- Slow-time-scale magnetic field driven by fast-time-scale electric fields. Zhu, Shao-ping // Physics of Fluids B: Plasma Physics;Mar93, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p1024
Slow-time-scale magnetic fields driven by fast-time-scale electric fields are discussed from Vlasovâ€“Maxwell equations in unmagnetized plasma. An equation for slow-time-scale magnetic fields is obtained for nonstationary plasma.

- Model of the Near-Wall Conductivity in the Vicinity of a Macroscopically Inhomogeneous, Mirror-Reflecting Surface. Kozlov, A. N. // Plasma Physics Reports;Feb2002, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p158
A study is made of the interaction of the electron component of a low-density plasma with a macroscopically inhomogeneous, mirror-reflecting surface in mutually orthogonal electric and magnetic fields. The collisionless kinetic equation is solved analytically in the (2R + 3V)-dimensional space....

- Generation and Interaction of Intense Counterpropagating Plasma Flows. Dudkin, G.N.; Nechaev, B.A.; Padalko, V.N.; Bystritsky, V.M.; Stolupin, V.A.; Bystritskii, Vit.M.; Voznyak, J. // Plasma Physics Reports;Aug2003, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p657
Results are presented from experimental studies of the parameters of two counterpropagating (colliding) plasma flows generated by discharges in crossed electric and magnetic fields. It is shown that the conversion efficiency of the energy deposited in the discharges into the energy of directed...

- Kinetic equilibria of plasma shear layers. Cai, D.; Storey, L. R. O.; Neubert, T. // Physics of Fluids B: Plasma Physics;Jan90, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p75
The analysis of plasma beam and shear problems in magnetic fields is usually based on a hydromagnetic fluid model. In a low-density collisionless plasma, however, the kinetic effects of the plasma, such as finite Larmor radius effects, are not yet clearly understood. In this paper, the kinetic...

- Density irregularities in the weakly ionized nonuniform plasma. Karashtin, A.N.; Gurevich, A.V. // Physics of Plasmas;Nov97, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p4090
Develops a rigorous theory of small disturbances in a weakly ionized nonuniform plasma in crossed electric and magnetic fields. Creation of boundary conditions; Determination of the range of existence and spatial structure of eigenmodes; Lack of localized mode associated with steep plasma...

- Guiding effects of electric and magnetic fields on the plasma output of a cathodic arc magnetic filter. Zhang, T.; Kwok, D. T. K.; Chu, P. K.; Brown, I. G. // Journal of Applied Physics;1/1/2001, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p672
A magnetic filter was inserted between the cathodic arc plasma source and chamber to reduce the amount of macroparticles transmitted from the plasma to the sample. The plasma output of the magnetic filter was determined as a function of magnetic field and bias voltage, for the cases when the...