ELEMENTARY PROCESSES IN DENSE PLASMAS: THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE OJI INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR
SETSUO ICHIMARU AND S. ICHIMARU
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Editora Addison Wesley
Área FÍSICA DO PLASMA
Número de páginas 503
Edição 1ª ED. 1995
Dense plasmas include those found in the interiors, surfaces, and outer envelopes of such astronomical objects as neutron stars, white dwarfs, the sun, dwarf stars, and planets, as well as those in metals and alloys, in semiconductors, and in various realizations of compressed matter in laboratories. Among the elementary processes of interest are those related to atomic transitions, electronic conduction, radiative transfer, energy generation, and dissipation, as well as the nuclear and neutrino processes. The rates of these processes depend sensitively on a change in plasma states, such as freezing transition, chemical separation, supercritical fluids, ionization or insulator-to-metal transition, and magnetic transitions. This conference volume consists of state-of-the-art reviews on those subjects contributed by the leading scientists who participated in the Oji Seminar "Elementary Processes in Dense Plasmas."