Plasma under Coulomb magnetic force

Nuclear fusion reactors use strong magnetic field to confine plasma in reaction chambers. The magnetic field is so designed that plasma should follow field lines which do not encounter the chambers’ wall. But it seems that a mysterious force pushes plasma off its track. For explaining this force, Coulomb magnetic force law for plasma is derived.

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Plasma under Coulomb magnetic force

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