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Laboratory and Space Plasmas: Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on the Relation Between Laboratory and Space Plasmas, Held in Tokyo, Japan, November 25-26, 1986 by Hiroshi Kikuchi

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Author
Hiroshi Kikuchi
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Springer
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657
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9780387968391
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The aim of this workshop was to bring together laboratory, fusion, and space plasma physicists to exchange information and views on basic concepts and new ideas. Topics covered in the proceedings include: - extreme-state and fusion plasmas - dusty and dirty plasmas - double layers and acceleration - planetary lightning, discharges, and emissions - solar plasmas and 3He-rich flares - planetary, cometary, and interplanetary plasmas - structure and atmosphere of Comet Halley Emphasis is placed on basic correspondence between laboratory and space plasmas, with particular reference to recent observations and simulations. The topics are arranged to allow a direct comparison in the common language of plasma physics.


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