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PLASMA PHYSICS. for third-year physics student. Presented by Oday A. Hammadi Department of Physics, College of Education, Al- Iraqia University 2013-2014. Chapter 1: Introduction. 1.1 Occurrence of Plasmas in Nature Saha equation Fractional ionization 1.2 Definition of Plasma

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## PLASMA PHYSICS

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**PLASMA PHYSICS**for third-year physics student Presented by Oday A. Hammadi Department of Physics, College of Education, Al-Iraqia University 2013-2014**Chapter 1: Introduction**1.1 Occurrence of Plasmas in Nature Saha equation Fractional ionization 1.2 Definition of Plasma Quasi-neutrality Collective behavior 1.3 Concept of Temperature (derivation) 1.4 Debye Shielding (derivation) Plasma frequency, Plasma period 1.5 The Plasma Parameter 1.6 Criteria for Plasmas 1.7 Applications of Plasma Physics**Chapter 2: Single-Particle Motions**2.1 Introduction 2.2 Uniform E and B Fields E=0, Cyclotron frequency, Larmor radius Finite E (derivation), Gravitational field 2.3 Non-Uniform B Field ∇B⊥B, Curved B (Curvature drift) (derivation) ∇B||B (Magnetic mirrors) (derivation) 2.4 Non-Uniform E Field (derivation) 2.5 Time-Varying E Field (derivation) 2.6 Time-Varying B Field (derivation) 2.7 Summary of Guiding Center Drifts 2.8 Adiabatic Invariants The first adiabatic invariant (m) The second adiabatic invariant (J) The third adiabatic invariant (F)**Chapter 3: Plasmas as Fluids**3.1 Introduction 3.2 Relation of Plasma Physics to Ordinary Electromagnetics Maxwell’s equations 3.3 The Fluid Equation of Motion The convective derivative (derivation) Collisions Comparison with ordinary hydrodynamics Equation of continuity Equation of state The complete set of fluid equations 3.4 Fluid Drifts Perpendicular to B (derivation) 3.5 Fluid Drifts Parallel to B (derivation) 3.6 The Plasma Approximation**Chapter 4: Waves in Plasma**4.1 Representation of Waves (derivation) 4.2 Group Velocity (derivation) 4.3 Plasma Oscillations (derivation) Derivation of Plasma Frequency (derivation) 4.4 Electron Plasma Waves (derivation) 4.5 Sound Waves (derivation) 4.6 Ion Waves (derivation) 4.7 Validity of Plasma Approximation (derivation) 4.8 Comparison of Ion and Electron Waves 4.20 Summary of Elementary Plasma Waves**Chapter 5: Diffusion and resistivity**5.1 Diffusion and Mobility in Weakly Ionized Gases Collision parameters (mean free path) Diffusion parameters (derivation) 5.2 Decay of a Plasma by Diffusion (derivation) Ambipolar diffusion,Diffusion in a slab, Diffusion in a cylinder 5.3 Steady State Solutions Constant ionization function Plane source Line source 5.4 Recombination 5.5 Diffusion Across a Magnetic Field (derivation) 5.6 Collisions in Fully Ionized Plasmas Plasma resistivity (derivation) Mechanics of Coulomb collisions (derivation) Physical meaning of h Numerical values of h**Textbooks and References**Textbook: INTRODUCTION TO PLASMA PHYSICS AND CONTROLLED FUSION Francis F. Chen, 2nd edition Chapters: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5**Textbooks and References**References: • Introduction to Plasma Physics J. Howard, Australian National University, 2002 (Lecture notes) • Fundamental of Plasma Physics P.M. Bellan, 2004 • Fundamentals of Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, K. Miyamoto, 3rd edition, 2011 • An Introduction to Plasma Physics and its Space Applications, L. Conde, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, 2012 (Lecture notes) • Plasma Physics R. Fitzpatrick, The University of Texas at Austin (Lecture notes) • فيزياء البلازما، عاصم عبد الكريم عزوز، رحمن رستم عبد الله • مقدمة في فيزياء البلازما، وليد مصطفى صهبوني

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