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Interfacial fluid instabilities are one of the open challenges to the scientists and researchers of fusion community and Astrophysicists. The most common fluid instabilities are RayleighTaylor (RTI), Richtmyer-Meshkov (RMI), Kelvin-Helmholtz (KHI) according to the name of the discoverers. However, these instabilities arise at the interface of two fluids under different physical conditions. RTI occurs when a density gradient ( ~ ) is subjected to an acceleration by an antiparallel pressure gradient ( ~ P) in the presence of perturbations, i.e., when ~ · ~ P 0. This occurs, for example, when a dense fluid is placed above a less dense fluid in the presence of gravity (or in constant force) and then falls when the interface is perturbed. The RTI develops in three stages, beginning with an exponential growth in which each perturbation mode develops independently and is well described by linear stability theory. When the mode amplitude becomes comparable to its wavelength, nonlinearities cause the growth rate to decline, with bubbles of less dense fluid rising parallel to ( ~ ) and separated by narrower spikes of denser fluid traveling in the opposite direction.
Transition Metal (TM) doped dilute magnetic semiconductors (DMSs) can make use spin of the electron in addition to its charge to further enhance the functionalities of microelectronics and have potential applications in spintronics. Doping of magnetic ions in II-IV semiconductor is more effective than metal oxide systems and modifies their electron transport phenomena, hence influences the energy levels of d or f-like open shells with respect to the Fermi level and band edges. Authors have chosen Cadmium Sulfide (CdS) based DMSs with Cobat (Co) dopant because the sp-d exchange interactions in Co doped II-VI semiconductor are much larger than those of Mn doped counterparts, in addition size of Co and Cd atoms are compatible to each other hence there is negligible perturbation into the conduction band. So, enhance the physical and chemical properties of the material due to the carrier-spin interaction, spin coupling between the host ions and hybridization of anion as well as host transition metal ions. In the present work to study the optical phonon mode and thermal properties of CdS nanoparticles with different molar concentrations of Co dopant.
A magnetized adiabati dusty electronegative plasma (DENP) (containing Boltzmann electrons, Boltzmann negative ions, adiabati mobile positive ions, and negatively charged stationary dust) has been finally considered, and obliquely propagating DIA solitary waves, and their multi-dimensional instabilities have been theoretically investigated by the reductive perturbation method, and small-k perturbation expansion technique. The combined effects of ion adiabaticity, external magnetic field (obliqueness), and negatively charged dust on the basic properties (speed, amplitude, width, and instability) of small but finite - amplitude DIA solitary waves, are explicitly examined. It is shown that the instability criterion and the growth rate of the unstable perturbation mode are significantly modified by the external magnetic field, the propagation directions of both the nonlinear waves and their perturbation modes. The implications of our results in space and laboratory dusty plasmas are briefly discussed.
Cosmology the branch of astronomy which studies the formation and evolution of the structure of the entire universe on the largest scales. Recent observations seem to indicate the presence of magnetic fields on all scales of the universe. It is possible that magnetic fields have existed since very early times while the mechanisms exist to generate these fields in the late universe. Here in our research we studied the velocity perturbation scenario as a dynamo amplification of the primordial seeds field. We describe the early universe stage as multifluid, consisting of charge-neutral two-component matter and radiation fluids, linearised around the Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker models. The oscillatory behaviour of the electromagnetic field with a new weakly damped mode is identified in addition to the standard gravitational instability picture. Vertical velocity perturbations are further found to generate magnetic fields of sufficient strength to provide a seed for the galactic dynamo. Subsequent amplification in such a way could easily lead to the observed magnetic fields in galaxies.