Low-frequency surface waves in a structured magnetized dusty plasma
Ostrikov, K., Vladimirov, S.V., & Yu, M.Y. (1999) Low-frequency surface waves in a structured magnetized dusty plasma. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104(A1), pp. 593-596.
It is shown that charged dust particles carrying a considerable proportion of the negative charge of a structured magnetized plasma can lead to low-frequency electromagnetic surface waves which otherwise do not exist. The waves are Alfvén-like and propagate across the stationary external magnetic field with a frequency below the ion cyclotron but much above the dust cyclotron frequency. The dispersion characteristics of the modes are obtained and applications to space plasmas discussed. Copyright 1999 by the American Geophysical Union.
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