Surface waves at the interface of a dusty plasma and a metallic wall
Ostrikov, K., Yu, M.Y., & Azarenkov, N.A. (1998) Surface waves at the interface of a dusty plasma and a metallic wall. Physical Review E (Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics), 58(2 Supp), pp. 2431-2435.
Electrostatic surface waves at the interface between a low-temperature nonisothermal dusty plasma and a metallic wall are investigated. The plasma contains massive negatively charged impurity or dust particles. It is shown that the impurities can significantly alter the characteristics and damping of the surface waves by reducing their phase velocity and causing charging-related damping.
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|Copyright Owner:||Copyright 1998 The American Physical Society|
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