Current-less solar wind driven dust acoustic instability in cometary plasma
Dust acoustic instability
Dust acoustic waves
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A quantitative analysis is presented of the dust acoustic wave instability driven by the solar and stellar winds. This is a current-less kinetic instability which develops in permeating plasmas, i.e., when one quasi-neutral electron-ion wind plasma in its propagation penetrates through another quasi-neutral plasma which contains dust, electrons, and ions.
CitationVranjes, J. (2011). Current-less solar wind driven dust acoustic instability in cometary plasma. , Physics of Plasmas, Vol. 18, Issue 8, 84501, DOI: 10.1063/1.3619819.