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Dynamic Stark broadening as the Dicke narrowing effect.
A very fast method to account for charged particle dynamics effects in calculations of spectral line shape emitted by plasmas is presented. This method is based on a formulation of the frequencyExpand
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Observation of neutronless fusion reactions in picosecond laser plasmas.
The yield of alpha particles in neutronless fusion reactions 11B +p in plasmas produced by picosecond laser pulses with the peak intensity of 2 x 10(18) W/cm2 has been observed. Experiments wereExpand
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Excitation of promising nuclear fusion reactions in picosecond laser plasmas
The results of experiments devoted to studying the excitation of the promising nuclear fusion reactions 6Li(d, α)4He, 3He(d, p)4He, 11B(p, 3α), and 7Li(p, α)4He, along with the standard reaction D(d,Expand
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Stark broadening of hydrogen lines in plasmas
The results of theoretical and experimental studies of the Stark broadening of hydrogen lines in plasmas made during the last 10–15 years are reviewed. Plasmas and the hydrogen atom are the objectsExpand
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An analytical plasma screening potential based on the self-consistent-field ion-sphere model
The radial dependence of the free electron density within the ion sphere radius in finite temperature dense plasmas shows characteristic scaling laws that permit us to derive analytical plasmaExpand
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Effect of dense plasmas on exchange-energy shifts in highly charged ions: An alternative approach for arbitrary perturbation potentials
An alternative method of calculation of dense plasma effects on exchange-energy shifts {Delta}E{sub x} of highly charged ions is proposed which results in closed expressions for any plasma orExpand
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Kramers electrodynamics and electron-atomic radiative-collisional processes
Abstract A new, essentially classical method of description of inelastic atomic processes, both radiative and collisional, caused by electrons of low and moderate energies (typical for most plasmas)Expand
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Slow and fast micro-field components in warm and dense hydrogen plasmas
The aim of this work is the investigation of the statistical properties of local electric fields in an ion-electron two component plasmas for coupled conditions. The stochastic fields at a charged orExpand
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Universal FFM Hydrogen Spectral Line Shapes Applied to Ions and Electrons
We present a method for the calculation of hydrogen spectral line shapes based on two combined approaches: Universal Model and FFM procedure. We start with the analytical functions for theExpand
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Electric micro fields in simulated two component plasmas.
The statistical properties of local electric fields in an classical plasma are investigated by molecular dynamics (MD) simulation. Two‐component plasma simulations of neutral hydrogen, protons andExpand
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