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"A stellarator is a device used to confine a hot plasma with magnetic fields in order to sustain a controlled nuclear fusion reaction. The magnetic field necessary to confine the plasma is generated completely by external coils."

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In fluid mechanics, the state when no part of the fluid has motion relative to any other part of the fluid is called 'solid body rotation'. When the mercury mirror has reached a state of solid body rotation, then the dynamic equilibrium can be understood as a balance of two energies: gravitational potential energy, and rotational kinetic energy. When a fluid is in solid body rotation it is the lowest state of energy that is available, because in a state of solid body rotation there is no friction to dissipate any of the energy. The force of gravity (red), the normal force (green), and the resultant force of those two (blue) The dynamic equilibrium cannot be understood in terms of an equilibrium of forces, for when the mercury mirror is rotating, there is an unbalanced force acting on the mercury. The force of gravity is acting in vertical direction, the surface of the parabolic dish exerts a normal force on the mercury resting on it. The resultant force of those two provides the required centripetal force.

         A phonon is a quantum of energy, relating to a mode of vibration occurring in a rigid crystal lattice, such as the atomic lattice of a solid.

the Casimir effect can be expressed in terms of virtual particles interacting with the objects, it is best described and more easily calculated in terms of the zero-point energy of a quantized field in the intervening space between the objects. This force has been measured, and is a striking example of an effect purely due to second quantization. the main frame:

The Fock space is an algebraic system used in quantum mechanics to describe quantum states with a variable or unknown number of particles.

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     Fluxons exist in two states; electric fluxons and magnetic fluxons
Supercurrents circulate just around the mathematical center of a fluxon. Again, the magnetic flux created by circulating supercurrents is equal to a magnetic flux quantum

SYSTEMS ENGAGEMENTS In the context of numerical MHD modeling, a fluxon is a discretized magnetic field line, representing a finite amount of magnetic flux in a localized bundle in the model.
A plasmon is a quantum of plasma oscillation. The plasmon is a quasiparticle resulting from the quantization of plasma oscillations just as photons and phonons are quantizations of light and sound waves, respectively. Thus, plasmons are collective oscillations of the free electron gas density, for example, at optical frequencies. Plasmons can couple with a photon to create another quasiparticle called a plasma polariton.


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As angle increases from zero, pseudorapidity decreases from infinity. In particle physics, an angle of zero is usually along the beam axis.

In experimental particle physics, pseudorapidity, η, is a commonly used spatial coordinate describing the angle of a particle relative to the beam axis. It is defined as (For example, see [1])

\eta = -\ln\left[\tan\left(\frac{\theta}{2}\right)\right],

where θ is the angle between the particle momentum \vec p and the beam axis. In terms of the momentum, the pseudorapidity variable can be written as

\eta = \frac{1}{2} \ln \left(\frac{\left|\vec p\right|+p_L}{\left|\vec p\right|-p_L}\right),

In the limit where the particle is travelling close to the speed of light, or in the approximation that the mass of the particle is nearly zero, numerically close to the experimental particle physicist's definition of rapidity,

y = \frac{1}{2} \ln \left(\frac{E+p_L}{E-p_L}\right)

Here, pL is the component of the momentum along the beam direction. (This differs slightly from the definition of rapidity in special relativity, which uses \left|\vec p\right| instead of pL.) However, pseudorapidity depends only on the polar angle of its trajectory, and not on the energy of the particle.

In hadron collider physics, the rapidity (or pseudorapidity) is preferred over the polar angle θ because, loosely speaking, particle production is constant as a function of rapidity. One speaks of the forward direction in a hadron collider experiment, which refers to regions of the detector that are close to the beam axis, at high |\eta|\,.

The difference in the rapidity of two particles is independent of Lorentz boosts along the beam axis.