Investigation of Electric Fields Inside & Outside a Magnetized Cold Plasma Sphere

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The analytical expressions of electric fields inside and outside a magnetized cold plasma sphere are presented by reforming the spherical electromagnetic parameter based on the scales transformation of electromagnetic theory. The obtained results are in good agreement with that in literatures. The angle between the direction of inside field and that of outside field is derived. In S wave band, numerical calculations of effects induced on the inner field by parameters are established. Simulations show that the angle between incident field and the outside magnetic field influences the inner field remarkably. The inner field will decrease as the electron density increasing, however, this density has a great affect on the inner field’s direction. The magnitude of the inner field is proportional to the incident wave’s frequency.

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Y. Li, J. Li, M. Wang and Q. Dong, "Investigation of Electric Fields Inside & Outside a Magnetized Cold Plasma Sphere," Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2010, pp. 276-281. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2010.24035.

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