By Vladimir Fortov, Igor Iakubov, Alexey Khrapak
The ebook is dedicated to the physics of plasma at excessive density, which has been compressed so strongly that the results of interparticle interactions and non-ideality govern its habit. curiosity during this non-traditional plasma has been generated lately whilst states of subject with excessive focus of power grew to become obtainable experimentally because the foundation of recent applied sciences and amenities. the best a part of the problem within the Universe is during this unique nation. during this e-book, the equipment of iteration and diagnostics of strongly coupled plasmas are offered, in addition to the most theoretical equipment and experimental effects on thermodynamical, kinetic and optical homes. specific consciousness is given to quickly constructing glossy instructions of strongly coupled plasma physics equivalent to metallization of dielectrics and dielectrization of metals, non-neutral plasmas, dusty plasmas and their crystallization. The e-book is written for physicists and astrophysicists, engineers, and fabric scientists.
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