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Solar cosmic rays : fundamentals and applications

Author: L I Miroshnichenko
Publisher: Cham : Springer, [2014] ©2015
Series: Astrophysics and space science library, v. 405.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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Presents a comprehensive approach to the open questions in solar cosmic ray research and includes consistent and detailed considerations of conceptual, observational, theoretical, experimental and applied aspects of the field. The results of solar cosmic ray (SCR) investigations from 1942 to the present are summarized in this book. It treats the research questions in a self-contained form in all of its associations,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Miroshnichenko, Leonty.
Solar Cosmic Rays : Fundamentals and Applications.
Cham : Springer International Publishing, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: L I Miroshnichenko
ISBN: 9783319094298 3319094297
OCLC Number: 894558603
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 521 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Preface; Contents; Chapter 1: Solar Cosmic Rays: Object and Tool for Space Research; 1.1 Energetic Particles and Physics of the Sun; 1.2 Contribution to Solar-Terrestrial Relationships; 1.3 Pivot of the Problem; 1.4 General Characteristics of Solar Particle Events; Chapter 2: Observational Features and Databases of Solar Cosmic Rays; 2.1 History of the Problem and Observational Technique; 2.2 Intensity and Energy Limits; 2.3 Possible Sources of High-Energy Particles; 2.4 Elemental Abundances and Charge States; 2.5 Electrons and Electromagnetic Emissions of Solar Flares. 2.6 Neutral Flare Emissions2.7 Classification Systems of SEP Events; 2.8 Solar Event Databases; Chapter 3: Energetic Particles and High-Energy Solar Phenomena; 3.1 Solar Energetic Phenomena; 3.2 Solar Flare ``Myth?́́; 3.3 Energetic Solar Particles and Coronal Mass Ejections; 3.4 Effects of Large-Scale Heliospheric Structures; 3.5 Giant Arches and Fast Global Changes at the Sun; 3.6 Energetics of Solar Cosmic Rays; Chapter 4: Solar Cosmic Rays at High Energies; 4.1 Largest Proton Events; 4.2 Upper Limit Spectrum for Protons; 4.3 Search for Extremely High-Energy Particles. 4.4 Maximum Rigidity of Accelerated Particles4.4.1 Determination of Rm from Observational Data; 4.4.2 Temporal Variations of Maximum Rigidity; 4.4.3 Recent Estimates and Measurements; 4.4.4 Giant Detector Experiments; 4.5 Production of Flare Neutrinos; 4.6 Occurrence Probability of Giant Flares; 4.7 Flares on the Sun and Other Stars; Chapter 5: Particle Acceleration at the Sun; 5.1 Global and Local Aspects of Particle Acceleration; 5.2 Main Acceleration Processes; 5.3 Stochastic Acceleration; 5.4 Shock Wave Acceleration; 5.5 Coherent Acceleration; 5.6 Acceleration in a Fibrous Corona. 5.7 Brief Summary of Acceleration Models5.8 Recent Developments of Shock Acceleration; 5.9 Rogue Events and Acceleration in the Interplanetary Space; 5.10 Threshold Effects and Event Distributions; Chapter 6: Interactions of Accelerated Particles with the Solar Atmosphere; 6.1 Accelerated Particles and Solar Neutral Radiation; 6.2 Generation of Neutral Radiation; 6.2.1 Bremsstrahlung; 6.2.2 Line Emission; 6.2.3 The 2.223 MeV Gamma-Ray Line; 6.2.4 Pion Decay Radiation; 6.2.5 Positrons; 6.2.6 Abundances of Ambient Gas and Accelerated Particles; 6.2.7 Theoretical Spectrum. 6.2.8 Energy Content in Accelerated Particles6.3 Neutron Production in Solar Flares; 6.4 Particle Acceleration and Solar Elemental Abundances; 6.5 Particle Trapping and Transport in the Corona; 6.5.1 Delayed Gamma-Rays and Particle Trapping; 6.5.1.1 Particle Drifts; 6.5.2 Prolonged Trapping or Continuous Acceleration?; 6.5.3 Alternative Models; 6.5.4 Gradient Drift from Expanding Bottle; 6.5.5 Particle Energy Losses in Expanding Bottle; 6.6 Physical Implications of Gamma Ray and Neutron Data; 6.6.1 Recent Progress in Solar Gamma-Ray Astronomy; 6.6.2 Photospheric 3He Abundance.
Series Title: Astrophysics and space science library, v. 405.
Other Titles: Solnechnye kosmicheskie luchi.
Responsibility: Leonty Miroshnichenko.

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