Dynamical effects in fluid complex plasmas

Mierk Schwabe
Complex plasmas consist of neutrals, ions, electrons and additional micrometer-sized grains. Fluxes of plasma particles onto the grain surface charge it, and the microparticles interact with each other. When the particles are illuminated, e.g., with a laser, recording the scattered light allows to perform fully resolved kinetic studies at all relevant frequencies, e.g., the Einstein frequency, Debye frequency, and plasma frequency. In this thesis, dynamical effects in fluid complex plasmas are investigated using the PK-3...
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