# The Early Evolution of Solar Flaring Plasma Loops

@article{Tan2021TheEE,
title={The Early Evolution of Solar Flaring Plasma Loops},
author={Baolin Tan},
journal={Universe},
year={2021}
}
• B. Tan
• Published 11 October 2021
• Physics
• Universe
Plasma loops are the elementary structures of solar flaring active regions and dominate the whole process of flaring eruptions. Standard flare models explain evolution and eruption after magnetic reconnection around the hot cusp-structure above the top of plasma loops very well; however, the early evolution of plasma loops before the onset of magnetic reconnection is poorly understood. Considering that magnetic gradients are ubiquitous in solar plasma loops, this work applies the magnetic…

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