Solid-State Plasma Electrokinetic Power and Energy Relations.
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR ELECTRON PHYSICS LAB
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A general theory is developed for the electrokinetic power and energy properties associated with the basic carrier modes present in plasma media. Both hydrodynamic and kinetic theoretical models are obtained for the media in the presence of applied static electric and magnetic fields. In the hydrodynamic theory the effects of carrier collisions and thermal diffusion are properly accounted for and explained by developing a second-order quasi-linear analysis. The quasi-linear theory, as a by-product, allows the analysis of the second-order Hall effect and related phenomena in solids. Author
- Solid State Physics