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Plasmon neutrinos emission in a strong magnetic field

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In this paper we generalize the Adams, Ruderman, Woo and Zaidi plasmon decay process to include the presence of a strong magnetic field. Two cases are studied; propagation parallel and perpendicular to the magnetic field. In either case we found that relevant changes only show forH≌1012–1013G.

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Canuto, V., Chiuderi, C. & Chou, C.K. Plasmon neutrinos emission in a strong magnetic field. Astrophys Space Sci 7, 407–415 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00653279

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  • Magnetic Field
  • Decay Process
  • Strong Magnetic Field
  • Relevant Change
  • Plasmon Decay