## What is/are Electron Positron Plasmas?

Electron Positron Plasmas - We perform 2D particle-in-cell simulations of reconnection in magnetically dominated electron–positron plasmas subject to strong Compton cooling.^{[1]}The governing equations can be easily reduced to the ones obtained in conventional electron-ion and electron-positron plasmas.

^{[2]}These range from the basic processes of strong-field quantum electrodynamics to the extraordinary dynamics of the generated electron-positron plasmas.

^{[3]}The analysis of exact solutions, obtained in the framework of this model for the relativistic Boltzmann electron-ion and electron-positron plasmas, as well as, for degenerated zero-temperature electron gas, shows that the phenomena of polarization and stratification can appear in plasma, attracting the attention to the axionic analog of the known Pannekoek-Rosseland effect.

^{[4]}In this paper we address the behaviour of a number of gyrokinetic modes in electron-ion and electron-positron plasmas with arbitrary degree of neutrality.

^{[5]}Some particular models for drift instabilities and turbulence in magnetized electron-positron plasmas, which may impact on transport losses and confinement of planned experiments, are reviewed.

^{[6]}The interaction between two, four and six magnetoacoustic solitons in electron-positron plasmas are investigated.

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