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Modelling the Lagrangian of magnetized plasmas with electrostatic perturbations by the gyrokinetic Distribution-Poisson models

@article{Zhang2017ModellingTL,
  title={Modelling the Lagrangian of magnetized plasmas with electrostatic perturbations by the gyrokinetic Distribution-Poisson models},
  author={Shuangxi Zhang},
  journal={arXiv: Plasma Physics},
  year={2017}
}
It's well-known that due to the fact that the inverse-square structure of Coulomb force determines Poisson's equation which associates the electrostatic potential with the charge density on particle's coordinates, the fundamental Lagrangian 1-form, which determines the dynamics of all ions and electrons contained in the magnetized plasma with electrostatic perturbations, can be modeled by the Distribution-Poisson models (Klimontovich-Poisson model and Vlasov-Poisson model). By transforming this… 
Modelling the Lagrangian of magnetized plasmas with low-frequency magnetic perturbations by a gyrokinetic Ampere-Poisson model
Following the method in Ref.(1), this paper introduces a fundamental Lagrangian 1-form on the particle's coordinates, which determines the dynamics of all ions and electrons of the magnetized plasma

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