Oblique propagation of dust ion-acoustic solitary waves in a magnetized dusty pair-ion plasma

  title={Oblique propagation of dust ion-acoustic solitary waves in a magnetized dusty pair-ion plasma},
  author={Amar Prasad Misra and Arnab Barman},
  journal={Physics of Plasmas},
We investigate the propagation characteristics of electrostatic waves in a magnetized pair-ion plasma with immobile charged dusts. It is shown that obliquely propagating (OP) low-frequency (in comparison with the negative-ion cyclotron frequency) long-wavelength “slow” and “fast” modes can propagate, respectively, as dust ion-acoustic (DIA) and dust ion-cyclotron (DIC)-like waves. The properties of these modes are studied with the effects of obliqueness of propagation (θ), the static magnetic… 

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