Fundamental Equations of Plasma Dynamics
The plasma may be considered as a mixture of n species which consists of ions, electrons and neutral particles. From macroscopic point of view, we would like to know the following quantities for each species:
T s = (kinetic) temperature of sth species
p s = pressure of the sth species
ρ s = density of the sth species
u s i = ith component of the flow velocity of the sth species.
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