Obliquely propagating electron acoustic solitons in magnetized plasmas with nonextensive electrons
Abstract. The problem of small amplitude electron-acoustic solitary waves (EASWs) is discussed using the reductive perturbation theory in magnetized plasmas consisting of cold electrons, hot electrons obeying nonextensive distribution and stationary ions. The presented investigation shows that the presence of nonextensive distributed hot electrons (due to the effects of long-range interactions) causes a reduction in the soliton amplitude while its width increases. The effects of the population ratio of hot to cold electrons and also the effects of the presence of magnetic field in this situation are also discussed.