|Author:||Anthony L. Peratt|
|Title:||Physics of the Plasma Universe|
|Format:||rtf lrf lrf lit|
|ePUB size:||1471 kb|
|FB2 size:||1729 kb|
|DJVU size:||1980 kb|
|Publisher:||Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992 edition (September 26, 2011)|
This book covers topics such as the large-scale structure and the filamentary universe; the formation of magnetic fields and galaxies, active galactic nuclei and quasars, the origin and abundance of light elements, star formation and the evolution of solar systems, and cosmic rays. Anthony L. Peratt received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles (1971) and his MSEE in 1967 from USC as well.
Physics of the Plasma Universe. price for USA in USD (gross). This book addresses the growing need to apply these complementary discoveries to astrophysics
The purpose of this book is to address the growing recognition of the need for plasma physics in astrophysics. In fact, astrophysics has contributed to the growth of plasma physics, especially in the field of plasma waves. During the last decade, plasma physics, or more appropriately, plasma science, has witnessed an explosive growth in two areas : pulsed-power technology and space physics
I am indebted to Prof. Together these problems form what is called The Plasma Universe, the basis for the book. The material presented dwells basically on the known properties of matter in the plasma state. Some of the interesting topics in contemporary astrophysics such as discordant redshifts and other cosmological issues are not discussed here.
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the plasma universe may well find what they are looking for here. Terry Robinson, The Observatory, Vol. 135 (1248), October, 2015). I got what I bargainned for; a book that I will have to learn how to read. I expect it to be good because Anthony L. Peratt is right to call the universe; "theplasma universe. One person found this helpful.
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