Standing envelope solitons in plasmas

Mofiz, U. A.; Angelis, U. de; Shukla, P. K.; Rao, N. N.
March 1985
Physics of Fluids (00319171);Mar85, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p826
Academic Journal
The quasistationary slow plasma response to the Langmuir and electromagnetic waves is investigated. Conditions for the wave localization are obtained analytically, and new kinds of soliton profiles are found.


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