• Physics
  • Published 1998

Solar electron beams associated with radio type {III

@inproceedings{Buttighoffer1998SolarEB,
  title={Solar electron beams associated with radio type \{III},
  author={A. Buttighoffer},
  year={1998}
}
Solar and interplanetary type III (TIII) radio bursts are produced by solar electron beams of flare origin streaming away in the interplanetary medium. The radio emission process implies the excitation of Langmuir waves by the electron beam which are converted by non linear processes into transverse electro-magnetic waves. The study of the beam properties reveals information about their propagation regime in the interplanetary medium. The local plasma condition observed in the vicinity of the… CONTINUE READING

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