# Non-Extensive Transport Equations in Magnetized Plasmas

@article{Oliveira2018NonExtensiveTE, title={Non-Extensive Transport Equations in Magnetized Plasmas}, author={D. S. Oliveira and Ricardo M. O. Galv{\~a}o}, journal={arXiv: Plasma Physics}, year={2018} }

In this work we introduce, for the first time, as far as we know, a complete self-consist kinetic model for collisional transport in the nonextensive statistics, i.e., the generalization of the ordinary Maxwell-Boltmzann statistics according to the Tsallis entropy. Starting only from the definition of this entropy, we derive the kinetic model, find its solutions for the electrons in a strongly magnetized plasmas, and calculate the respective transport coefficients in order to set the closed…

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