1. Comparison of Electric Dipole with Magnetic Loop Antennas
  2. Trivelpiece-Gould Modes in Uniform Plasmas
  3. Collimated Whistler Beams
  4. Helicons in Uniform Plasmas
  5. Whistler Wave Antennas
  6. Dipole Magnetrons
  7. Fusor-type discharges
  8. Oscillating plasma bubbles
  9. Sheath ionization
  10. Fireball gas dynamics
  11. Electron transit time instabilities
  12. Fireballs
  13. Electron drift waves in sheaths
  14. Magnetic bubbles
  15. Magnetic Dipole Across B0
  16. Whistler Instabilities
  17. Properties of Nonlinear Whistlers
  18. EMHD Field Reversed Configurations
  19. Whistler Spheromaks and FRCs
  20. Electron Current Rings
  21. Magnetic Field Annihilation
  22. Nonlinear Vortices with Magnetic Null Points
  23. Collision and Interaction Between Vortices
  24. Linear Whistler Vortices
  25. Helicity Injection and Conservation
  26. EMHD Turbulence in High-Beta Plasmas
  27. Pressure Gradient Driven Lower Hybrid Turbulence
  28. Transport of Pulsed Currents by Whistlers
  29. Current Instabilities on Positive Probes
  30. Laboratory Modeling of Tethers in Space
  31. Magnetic Antennas
  32. Nonlinear EMHD Effects
  33. Thermal Noise
  34. Free Plasma Expansion
  35. Electron Beam Scattering
  36. Electromagnetic Waves from Beam-Plasma Instabilities
  37. Electron Beam Whistler Instability
  38. Sheath-Plasma Instability
  39. Magnetic Field Line Reconnection
  40. Isotope Separation by Ion Cyclotron Resonance Heating
  41. Antenna Radiation Patterns for Whistlers
  42. Whistler Propagation and Filamentation
  43. Electron Cyclotron Drift Instability
  44. Mode Conversion and Nonlinear Effects
  45. Upper Hybrid Resonance Absorption and Emission
  46. Basic Waves and Instabilities
  47. Plasma Diagnostics

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