The Screening Characteristics of the Dense Astrophysical Plasmas: The Three-Component Systems
AbstractAs the object of investigation, astrophysical fully ionized electron-ion plasma is chosen with positively charged ions of two different kinds, including the plasmas of higher non-ideality. The direct aim of this work is to develop, within the problem of finding the mean potential energy of the charged particle for such plasma, a new model, self-consistent method of describing the electrostatic screening. Within the presented method, such extremely significant phenomena as the electron-ion and ion-ion correlations are included in the used model. We wish to draw attention to the fact that the developed method is suitable for astrophysical applications. Here we keep in mind that in outer shells of stars, the physical conditions change from those that correspond to the rare, practically ideal plasma, to those that correspond to extremely dense non-ideal plasma. View Full-Text
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Ignjatović, L.M.; Srećković, V.A.; Dimitrijević, M.S. The Screening Characteristics of the Dense Astrophysical Plasmas: The Three-Component Systems. Atoms 2017, 5, 42.
Ignjatović LM, Srećković VA, Dimitrijević MS. The Screening Characteristics of the Dense Astrophysical Plasmas: The Three-Component Systems. Atoms. 2017; 5(4):42.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ignjatović, Ljubinko M.; Srećković, Vladimir A.; Dimitrijević, Milan S. 2017. "The Screening Characteristics of the Dense Astrophysical Plasmas: The Three-Component Systems." Atoms 5, no. 4: 42.
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